Generation E

For many young people the option to move freely within Europe is the norm. When times have been hard in Cornwall our young women and men have found work in Europe, gained skills and this has been going on for decades. Yet it may be the older generations who determine the outcome of the EU Referendum, a group that tends to be more prejudiced against it. Support the young in deciding their future, the young who are less likely to have registered to vote. Make sure they have registered and send them this link gov.uk/register-to-vote. Get them to do it before the deadline on Tuesday 7 June.

Youth vote targeted for registration before EU referendum

Only 23 days remain until the 7 June deadline for registering to vote in the EU referendum, and Amy Longland, a 22-year-old student at Nottingham university, is campaigning hard. She is desperate to raise awareness about what's at stake for what could be dubbed "Generation E" - those suddenly confronted with the possibility of living their adult lives outside a union that most take for granted.

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