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Old 28.11.2018, 15:52
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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All I can see it's people in their fifties and sixties (Corbyn is 69, May is 62, Cameron 52, Farage 54), and I really mean no offence, are deciding on the future of the next generations who might want something totally different in say 10 years from now on. Do they have any idea how different these new generations are? I wouldn't be surprised if younger generations were much more open to the idea of Europe and not so much to the idealised glory of the old empire.
Too right the above people of the aforementioned age's and older generation have absolutely nothing in
common with the millennial generation, with whom they will gladly pass on their dodgy Brexit future
& inheritance !!

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