Young people ‘want UK to stay in Europe’

Young people want UK to stay in Europe<p>Young people want UK to stay in Europe</p>

Meanwhile, 60 per cent of over 65s reported they are strongly against membership, compared to 25 per cent who said they are pro-EU.

Young Britons think a British withdrawal from the EU “would jeopardise their job prospects at home and on the Continent,” writes The Independent of the ICM Research poll commissioned by think-tank British Future, which will be published in full later in the week.

The results come ahead of the end of immigration restrictions for Romanians and Bulgarians, who will be able to work freely throughout the EU from January 1, 2014.

Read the article at Presseurop here.

Read the original article at The Independent here.

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