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Would Remaining end the generation war?

Stopping Brexit would demonstrate to a disenfranchised youth that their voices mattered

By Shiv Malik  

Millennials, born between the early 1980s and mid-1990s, have come to expect being shortchanged. While millions of their Baby Boomer parents can sit back in the homes they long ago snapped up for a song, and retire for decades on incomes greater than many now earn in work, those in their 20s and 30s are today overwhelmingly priced out of the property market. Instead of free university they enter adulthood weighed down by student debt, and subject to extortion by private landlords. All this is snuffing out the old hope that…

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