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Our young people face unique challenges growing up in an increasingly digital world. We must do more to create initiatives which draw them into community life.
New research published today shows that 1-in-4 young Remainers would see pensions cut to stop Brexit, while 1-in-4 older Brexit voters would see reduced wages for the next generation in order to secure Brexit.
Analysis of the 2017 General Election results has demonstrated that age - rather than socioeconomic background or education - was the key determinant of how one voted. Similarly, recent polling by YouGov demonstrated the stark generational divide in attitudes when it comes to the EU Referendum, and the latest British Social Attitudes Survey shows a similar attitudinal divide between those from different age groups, this time on immigration.
What do you picture when you think of social integration? Like many of us, for me it's people from different ethnicities mixing together.
I feel very at home with people of different races, having lived and worked in Asia and Africa, and with a diverse friendship group including a Welsh-Cambodian husband. So until recently, I naively thought I was doing pretty well when it came to social mixing.