The vast majority of young voters voted to remain in the European Union back in 2016.
Despite what the media would like you to believe, not all young people support the EU despite the vast majority voting in favour to remain.
What followed in the days after the EU referendum claimed that the older generation had somehow ‘stole’ the young voters future. Laughable! I’m 21 and voted to leave. We should be thankful for the old generation for voting the way they did. Thank you.
Appearing on the Victoria Derbyshire show, the young Oxford university student and Conservative party member put forth the case to leave the EU with a no deal.
Ms Dobb’s said: “There is a lot of scaremongering over no deal that if we leave with no deal there are going to be no agreements whatsoever. That’s not the case.
“It just means there is not one formal unified agreement.
“There’s a lot of scaremongering over no deal.
“But it’s in the EU’s interest for planes to fly on March 30 after we leave the EU”
— Victoria Derbyshire (@VictoriaLIVE) January 10, 2019
“It is in the EU’s interests for planes to fly on the 30th March after we leave the EU.
“It is in their interests to make agreements so that their citizens’ rights are guaranteed here.
“There are going to be lots of small agreements but they are actually going to have to make compromises rather than bullying us into a bad deal.”
Well, said! It’s about time we had some common sense broadcasted on the BBC. It makes a refreshing change.
MPs claimed that if the UK did not adopt the euro then we would face major job losses, a huge economic disadvantage to our European neighbours and disaster. This was not the case.
MPs claimed the UK would enter into a recession if we voted to leave and that half a million jobs would be lost. This was not the case.
Now, MPs are claiming all of the above again. I say it will not be the case.