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RE: Grant Shapps fundraising email

Dear Grant,

I agree with your policies apart from cutting welfare. I think if you make the right investment in people than we would become a much richer nation because of it. Too often I see people who cannot afford to live the middle class life when relegated to a life on benefits due to the vagaries of our culture and economic system. Empowering people with the money they need to get on in life will create a more equal and fairer society which will generate more money. 

Sure enough immigration should be limited to those with some kind of connection to the UK - giving power to groups who are opposed to our success is not justified regardless of the hardship they may otherwise face because of their actions and beliefs and failure to support our ambitions for a better world. Think about it.


One more thing is that minority groups, specifically Anglo-Indians are not being protected or represented as they should be. They are a British ethnic group comprising millions of British people around the world who face discrimination and hardship. I think one of the first steps the government can make in addressing this problem is by including the Anglo Indian ethnic group on diversity monitoring forms, as opposed to the White British or Mixed White and Asian options.


Cheers,





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