With the rise of the UKIP party in the council elections, what should Britain do now? David Cameron promises an in/out vote by the year 2017, but doesn't that seem a long way away? The people that voted for Nigel Farage's party do not want to wait until another Conservative Government win an election, do they? I certainly don't, and why should I, when they already promised us they would do it if they won the last election? The problem we are faced with in this time of anti-Europe alliances is that Britain is increasingly losing its identity over making its own decisions, which only concern this country. Also the cost of EU Membership is staggering in a time of austerity and hardship. In my opinion I think this in/out vote should happen within the next two years, and I will be one of those voters who will sign up to UKIP. Corporate Fascism does not work in this country, and the Central European Bank should play no part here. We have seen the damage caused by Corporate Fascism and European integration of monetary alliances. I am no expert in such matters as I am only a London cab driver; however I have witnessed first hand the right boot of European driven laws, which are increasingly destroying my ability to earn a decent living. I say before the next election arrives, if you want out of Europe then you must simply vote for UKIP. Don't be fooled by the rhetoric of Cameron, and, or president Obama when he says that we need to fix our problems with Europe before we reject them. What is the point of fixing something, only to reject it later?