Young people better off out

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Stephen Hardy’s claims (15/4/16) that the young are better off in the EU are absurd.

Surely youngsters would be more likely to be able to afford housing if there were not unlimited immigration from the EU compounding the housing crisis?

Surely the wages of young people would be higher if there were not unlimited immigration from the EU driving down wages?

They might even be able to put some by for a pension.

Surely young people would be more likely to get a decent apprenticeship leading to a well-paid job if there were not unlimited immigration from the EU?

I suspect that any parents or grandparents who want to leave the EU are going to vote for Brexit to give their children and grandchildren a chance.

I am amazed that a Lib Dem has the audacity to raise the issue of tuition fees when it was his party that broke its promises and stitched up the young.

The Lib Dems couldn’t be trusted on tuition fees and they should never be trusted on Europe.

Steve Spice

Udimore Road

Broad Oak

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