In an explosive new book, "Time to Emigrate?", the author George Walden concludes that the future is so uncertain and pessimistic for millions of middle class families that the only secure option is to emigrate. This sober factual overview of day to day life in Britain, by a former government minister, MP and father of three children shows how middle-income earners such as nurses, small businessmen, police officers and teachers are hardest hit and are no longer represented by Government or the authorities. Written as a letter from a father concerned about his children's future and the impending pessimism within our country, Walden outlines a series of breaking points to life in Britain. The idea for "Time to Emigrate?" first came about when one of George Walden's sons asked him whether he should emigrate. He set about writing down a few of his thoughts in a letter. The notes grew and grew. When Walden discovered that many of his son's generation were considering the same question he decided to use his notes for a book, "Time to Emigrate?" an exceptionally provocative book that will be furiously debated in the media as he attacks the onslaught of multiculturalism.