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Should voters in the UK have a final vote on the Brexit deal?
The generation this will affect the most did not have a say on the result of the referendum.
The vast majority of young new young voters support having a second referendum (with only
being opposed to it)
This event will likely dictate international relations for generations to come. It is only fair that the British people (especially younger generations) get to vote on those terms.
Many citizens have since turned 18 (voting age) since the referendum and should have a say.
This however is true of every election or referendum ever. The decisions people make now will always affect future people and generations who have no say in the now. It was true of the first referendum too. Using it as an excuse for a second referendum as if something has changed is disingenuous.