I have had a long, stressful and emotionally exhausting week.
I was asked whether I would be voting for Brexit.
I thought it was a bit silly.
But now I know the answer: Yes.
My husband and I have been working on our home to prepare for the impending EU referendum, and I am convinced it will not be easy.
I have been thinking about this for some time now, and in a way I feel guilty.
But there is another reason: it is the right thing to do.
We both want to be able to travel and work in the UK, but at the same time, we want to stay here.
We are both from countries that have been devastated by the economic, political and social upheaval in the past few years.
And as I am sure many people who live and work across the UK will be thinking about the issue, there are some things that we want you to know before you make your decision.
We want you and your family to be well informed about the different options.
We want to understand what you are likely to get out of the referendum.
And we want the information to be up-to-date and accurate.
So I want you, the reader, to know where we are coming from and what the issues are.
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