I do believe that open door policy is wrong – there should be some procedures in place to ensure that people coming here from the EU are able to speak decent English (pass a special exam), do not have a criminal record and are not entitled to any state benefits or fee NHS treatment. Unfortunately, this area is regulated by EU itself and there is a deeply unfair situation when EU citizens (including new ex-communist members) have more rights in this country than Britons do. The only solution that I saw for a long period of time was leaving the EU altogether, I was advocating for BREXIT since I came to this country myself, not even being a British citizen yet.
On the other hand, I was getting less and less confident on being on the same side of the fence with openly anti-immigrant, even Nazi and racist organisations like BNP, EDL, UKIP (ye,ye, I know… that “we are not racists” blah-blah). Aligning with these bunch of Putin-pleasers and dumbs like Trump wasn’t attractive at all. The last drop was the murder of the lady MP by a Nazi scum who allegedly shouted “Britain first” while killing her - disgraceful – don’t want to have anything in common with such people – even vote for the future of my new country. Plus I think EU is already got cold feet and frightened by the possibility of us leaving. I hear voices saying that “free movement” policies should be revised and I hope it will happen one day. In the meantime, I vote IN.