Here's how young people are reacting to Brexit

Young people have been reacting to Brexit. For context, more than 70% of people under 25 voted to remain in Europe...

Needless to say, young voters have been more than a little outraged.

And that's just the people who got to vote. Feel bad for this 17 year old.

And this one...

And this one...

And this lady who's (rightfully) worried about the cost of Freddo's

A lot of young people have been blaming older folk for the decision...

And some worded that a little stronger...

The Independent were stronger still, with their own death graph

Whilst others will just refuse to get up for old folk now

Others are a little more positive about the whole thing...

Others saw the funny side...

And some tried to get a do-over.

And looking at the bright side of things. We could end up getting our very own Thatcher.

Or treating it like a bad episode of an excellent TV show...

Students and lecturers are worried about their EU student friends.

And others realised that EU funding might no-longer be an option.

Unfortunately the experts don't know what will happen either, as Alan Greene, Lecturer in public law & human rights at Durham Law School said:

But most of all, young and old folk alike are asking "WHAT HAVE WE DONE??!!"


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