So you have NEVER EVER voted for the leader of the UK.
In theory correct, in practice that's not how it works. To give a current example, I probably won't be voting Labour at the next election, not because I don't want my local Labour MP re-elected (as actually I quite like her), but because I don't want Corbyn as PM.
So who the leader of a party is does affect how you vote in elections, even if you're not actually directly voting for that leader as PM.
... But other than that, everyone wins.
Not the young, who apparently quite like the ability to move, study, live and work freely throughout the EU.
From now on I can never again consider a British subject as an intelligent person. Not after what they have done to themselves.
Please, there were 48% of us who did vote to remain in the EU. Indeed, live in one of the few English councils where the 'Remain' votes were in the majority (Wirral). Also don't forget London, Scotland and Northern Ireland either, where the majority were for 'Remain'.
Also the young generally voted 'Remain' rather than 'Leave'. (I should add that I am in an age range where, as a 'Remain' voter, I was in a minority!)
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