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Keeping young and wealthy after Brexit

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    The typical Brexit voter was older, less educated and poor. The typical Remain voter was young, better educated and wealthier. In other words, the UK needs to keep Remain voters in the country as they are needed to pay tax to support Leavers with pensions, NHS and social security.

    Under most immigration systems, the Remain voters will have a much better chance of immigrating to other countries like the US, Austrailia and the EU than the Leavers. So how does the UK stop large numbers of Remainers moving to other countries?
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