Millennials in Britain are quite furious that the ‘Baby Boomer’ generation has left them to live with the decision to separate from the EU. Watch them whine, it’s hilarious.
Millennials have slammed baby boomers for voting Britain out of the EU as furious crowds of young people protest in London.
Young Britons voted in their droves in favour of the Remain campaign with an incredible 72 per cent of 18 to 24-year-olds against a Brexit.
However despite their efforts, Leave won the referendum with 52 per cent thanks to the majority of older voters in England and Wales.
In response, Brits carrying placards and flags have staged a protest through the streets of London today, taking them from the Houses of Parliament, to Downing Street and London Bridge.
Many wore face paint and ignited flares as the hundreds of Britons marched towards the Shard, some carrying signs with the slogans ‘no borders’ and ‘refugees welcome’.
Figures by YouGov revealed that 56 per cent of 50 to 64-year-olds voted for a Brexit and many young people took to social media to complain that they have been let down by the older generation.
Lily Bowen wrote: ‘Older generations really don’t realise how badly this will affect our future #EUref.’
While Matt Cooper tweeted: ‘Brilliant, once again the older generations get to decide what’s best and we’ve got to pickup the pieces #EUref.’