By Frank Young
In a week’s time we will know whether Britain will leave or remain. The course of British politics will be set, possibly for a generation.
Following our successful referendum debate last week, we asked our four speakers to present their arguments for Leave or Remain to low income Britain. These exclusive and compelling opinion pieces put forward their case on the issues that matter to voters in our poorest towns.
Leave and Remain have yet to make a compelling case to the all-important undecided voters.
As we approach the final weekend of a highly fractious referendum campaign, campaign chiefs on each side of a bitter divide will be looking to make their case to an increasingly small group of undecided voters who could well swing the referendum result.
This week politicians from Boris Johnson to Gordon Brown have been out on the stump making their case directly to Britain’s low income families, and what the referendum means to them.
According to YouGov’s latest poll on EU referendum voting intentions, more than 2.3 million voters in the bottom three socio-economic groups are yet to make up their minds.
The Centre for Social Justice is neutral on Leave or Remain but we're not neutral on poverty.
When it comes to the big decisions, the case needs to be made to low income Britain – what impact will it have on them?
It is now or never for Leave and Remains’ leading campaigners to make their case to low income Britain.