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BananaRama 24 Jun 16
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I think thats rude. Older ppl take their decisions in the context of their kids/grandchildren. Have a heart
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Tangleyew 24 Jun 16
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British youngsters will now never know the fantastic job opportunities that I assume Greek and Spanish kids have...
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Francis👑🙏🏾 24 Jun 16
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Francis👑🙏🏾 24 Jun 16
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Francis👑🙏🏾 24 Jun 16
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Dear Americans explained (this goes alongside this article)
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Tribiggs 24 Jun 16
really? They are banned from working in those countries?
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Selena H. 24 Jun 16
No they're not, but overdramatic Remain voters act like they can never go to Europe ever again.
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오기  💕QUEEN💕 24 Jun 16
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yeah now i cant go and study in Latvia or Bulgaria or Lithuania or Turkey (when it hets accepted) such a bummer..........
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Artic Monkey 24 Jun 16
Greek kids? Which planet have you been on for the last five years. They are being crucified on a Bundesbank cross
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Thomas 24 Jun 16
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*Saved
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François Arouet 24 Jun 16
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if not for the Oldies of Britain the Younger Generation would have no future anyway
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gail 24 Jun 16
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this article is badly written, those figures were from the scottish referendum not the eu & the pm's name is david, not dave
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Tangleyew 24 Jun 16
that was my point. 50% youth unemployment. Should've added a /sarc I guess
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Artic Monkey 24 Jun 16
oops my mistake. There so much non sence about !
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