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Brexit is a term for Britain´s exit from the EU. It also a deal about the future relationship, between the European Union and the UK. They will negotiate after the actual British exit.
On June 23rd, 2016 the British people voted on Britain should leave the European Union. The result was a majority in favor of leaving the EU; 48% voted “remain” and 51% voted “leave”.
The 29th of March 2017, Britain officially announced that they want to leave the European Union; But how does the younger generation react to that announcement?
Social; “Those who have grown up with the UK as part of the EU in the last 40 years take the ease of travel, of studying abroad and of being able to work in countries across Europe, for granted.”
; Students in the UK have in the past decade a 50% increase in the number of UK students going abroad through the Erasmus Scheme program.
In 2014 alone, over 15,000 students went to study or work in 27 different EU countries, but this is most likely to be reversed if UK leaves the EU.
As EU citizens, young brits have access to jobs in 28 different countries. They are able to travel, work and even move wherever in the EU´s single market.
All these advantages young people currently enjoy, but Brexit would mean fewer opportunities to live in multicultural communities, to study abroad cheaper.
Maybe it is inevitable that an ageing society will have a discursive climate that does not reflect the views of younger demographics.
Older people dominate all spheres; there is simply less room for young people to make their voices heard.
Perhaps the forums for debate are wrong: people in their teens and early 20s aren’t as engaged in old media such as newspapers and the Today programme.
Maybe they have given up trying to engage. But we can’t disengage — that’s a luxury, with the clock ticking towards a disaster that will define our lives and that of the nation for decades to come. If young remainers care about these rights, they must fight to keep them.