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    Leaving EU net benefit for young people?

    it's clear the young in the UK have been decimated in recent years, surely leaving the EU would help young people i.e

    - less competition for jobs
    - employers more willing to give the young a chance (lack of experience was biggest reason for so much unemployment)
    - more courses available (i know many UK kids wanting to do plumber courses etc but finding out all courses are full)
    etc etc
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    -Unemployment has fallen down rapidly. Leaving the EU by no means equals more jobs for british people. The Eurosceptics would have more credibility if they didnt hire eastern europeans. Additionally, a good chunk of eurosceptics have no problem with immigration, just so long as it isnt under EU regulation (You know, giving workers rights etc)

    -Source? I find that highly spurious.

    - Wrong on so many levels.


    Staying in the EU is a good thing for young people, which most seem to have been recognized with support being most common amongst the young who have been recognized as the most well educated generation in Britains history.


    http://www.economist.com/news/specia...r-elders-often
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    (Original post by Davij038)
    -Unemployment has fallen down rapidly. Leaving the EU by no means equals more jobs for british people. The Eurosceptics would have more credibility if they didnt hire eastern europeans. Additionally, a good chunk of eurosceptics have no problem with immigration, just so long as it isnt under EU regulation (You know, giving workers rights etc)

    -Source? I find that highly spurious.

    - Wrong on so many levels.


    Staying in the EU is a good thing for young people, which most seem to have been recognized with support being most common amongst the young who have been recognized as the most well educated generation in Britains history.
    http://www.economist.com/news/specia...r-elders-often
    i am way smarter than you m8.
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    (Original post by Bill_Gates)
    i am way smarter than you m8.
 
 
 
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