Young Remain voters are tearing into "old people" after Britain voted to leave the EU 6 years ago

Young Remain voters are tearing into "old people" after Britain voted to leave the EU

The Stone Roses famously sang 'the past is yours, but the future's mine'.

Sorry to say Ian Brown, you were wrong, mate.

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Pensioners and older voters in the EU Referendum look to have decided the future for the young generation... and it's a future outside the EU.

Young people voted overwhelmingly in favour of staying as a part of Europe - with more three quarters of 18 to 25-year-olds voting remain.

But legions of the over 50s and the so-called Baby Boomers wanted out - and it looks like their vote swung it.

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This fact has not been lost on some of Britain's more youthful part of the electorate and some people are incredibly angry about it.

This brutally blunt graphic shows the remaining life expectancy of all EU Referendum voters and how long they'll have to live with the decision...

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Stock markets have reacted badly to the decision, the pound is dropping and longer term experts believe it could decimate house prices and send borrowing for average people soaring.

The initial reaction has been grief and anger among Remain voters, and naturally a desire to find someone to blame.

The older generations seem to be the target for most of the blame from younger voters...

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Though there is a counter argument to all this...