The clock is ticking down to the most important day in this country’s calendar in more than 40 years.
No one can have failed to notice that Thursday is the EU referendum and with a fair proportion of undecided voters you really now have the opportunity to influence the direction our country goes.
I would implore those still undecided, and everyone else, to vote to Leave and make a vital stand for democracy. That is the real issue at stake, regaining the ability to govern our own country without outside interference.
That EU interference touches all aspects of our lives, including who has the right to live and work here, our economy, the red tape strangling small companies - which form the overwhelming majority of business in this country - and even how powerful our kettles and vacuum cleaners can be.
It is run by bureaucrats and unfortunately most people in this country don’t realise that it is not run on very different “democratic” principles to Westminster. Therefore we have no way to repeal bad legislation they impose.
Outside the Eurozone we are always going to play second fiddle to the majority of EU member states and as the EU expands financial pressures on existing wealthy countries, such as ours, will increase as will the democratic deficit.
Therefore, as one with only Britain’s best interests at heart, I appeal to you all to vote for Brexit. It will be one of the most important decisions you will ever make.