Brexit: Why the young generation didn’t vote

Emily Furness and Amy Wall debate the reasons why young people in the UK fail to get politically active in light of the recent Brexit outcome.


Its been discovered that 18-25 year olds are the least politically active age group within the UK. As the main generation who will be living with the outcome, questions have been raised as to why young people aren’t interested in politics and whether more could be done by the UK government in order to encourage young people to get involved. If young people did have their say in the recent Brexit debate, would the outcome have been different?

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