Only a third of all 18-25's eligible to vote could be bothered to get up off their lazy arses and put a cross on a piece of paper.Carrick 5 Gerrard 0 wrote:I get that some ppl voted as a fornicate you to the EU politicians but this is bloody ridiculous, they didn't think about the implications, this is my future and the majority of 18-25s voted in, older people who this won't affect much going forward voted out. London had the majority of migrants yet we voted in, it's places that had a very small amount of migrants listened to the scare stories and voted out. Well done UK, we have a very tough few years ahead of us, what ever happens now the UK needs to find a way to get back together and recover but with Cameron resigning, Corbyn having a no confidence vote and Scotland wanting to leave this is gonna be a tough ask to stay united.
You can't blame the result on the older generation because of the apathy of a large number of young people.
The referendum was about all the British people.It's called democracy.