So there was a live televised debate regarding Britains position in the EU last night. It was Conservative Prime minister David Cameron taking the UKIP leader Nigel Farage. What is the point of that? After 'renegotiating' Britains place in Europe prior to the campaign, Cameron is being forced to back the in campaign. But this is just to make it look like he did a good job with this negotiations and to hide the fact that he fell massively short of what he was hoping to achieve. Farage's sole policy is to get Britain out of Europe and this has made him a media darling. Not once has a reporter asked 'And then what?'. It's claimed by the out campaign that we're paying £350 million a week To Europe that could be spent on the NHS. But we have a government that is rapidly privatising the NHS, making massive cuts to public spending and since getting back in Government in 2010 have cut the tax rate for earners over £100,000 from 50p to 45p. And yet we're suddenly expected to believe they're willing to pump spare money in to the NHS. With us being a heavily racist nation, immigration has played a key role in both campaigns. With the leaders of the in campaign saying the figures show we need to control immigration from outside of Europe and the out campaign saying we need to restrict immigration altogether. Of the politicians gaining most media coverage, not a single one of them is pointing out that immigration is a two way street. That many Britons live, work or retire in the EU. None have mentioned the way people from Europe and beyond contribute to this country, both economically and culturally. After all, a group of Hungarian dancers won Britians Got Talent. It's unsurprising to see where people from the outside looking in stand on the EU with Barrock Obama saying we should stay and, after having Brexit explained to him, Donald Trump said we should leave. I can only assume he thought Brexit was a snack we had between breakfast and leaving for work. My currents thoughts is that either result spells disaster under a current Tory government. I think a vote to stay will see Cameron keep his job until the end of this term and will lead to a further rise to the far right parties like UKIP and anti immigration groups like the EDL. A vote out surely has to lead to David Cameron's resignation having failed on both his major targets regarding Europe. However, if the Tories keep power with us not a part of the EU I really worry how far they will go with the public sector cuts and the attack on workers without the protection of European law. What we need is a Government that won't thrive of the fear they are able to cause.