I support the EU - I actually support open borders for the whole planet, but the EU is a good starting point.
Having spent last week driving to Hanover with the only checkpoint being Dover, I can only see this as a good thing.
I also support the European Convention on Human Rights and the other laws that protect us from our current government.
I agree, I really don't see the point of borders... the rest of Europe seem to get by with open borders, so why can't we? That's one of my big problems with how we are with the EU, we're not really in it, but not really out of it. We have all the rules made by them (good and bad), but we still have the border restrictions, vetos, opt-outs... almost like we are very half hearted with it.
I could not, amd will not vote UKIP - given that Europe has been a big positive for me - I can, with few restrictions, move to another country, as I will be doing eventually. On the flip side, should we decide to move here, my GF can move here without issue too. What they're doing is stirring up hatred for other peoples, immigrants and job seekers who are no different to us. Interestingly, would they chuck her out of the country if they got in power?
Immigration isn't causing the UK to go to the dogs, it is quite capable of doing that by itself.