Low wages, expensive housing, no prospects… why the Tories lost the young vote to Jeremy Corbyn : JOHN PERRY the Sun.

Recent infatuation with Corbyn’s extremism cannot be put down to the normal tradition of young people leaning to the Left.

THE Tories’ seeming election disaster has come at the hands of the Millennial generation they ignored for too long.

The recent infatuation with Jeremy Corbyn’s extremism cannot be put down to the normal tradition of young people leaning to the Left.

The recent infatuation with Corbyn’s extremism cannot be put down to the normal tradition of young people leaning to the Left

The recent infatuation with Corbyn’s extremism cannot be put down to the normal tradition of young people leaning to the Left

For decades he was a joke figure in the Labour Party, an irrelevant throwback to failed political ideals discredited worldwide since the collapse of the Soviet bloc.

But in the past two years his ideas and popularity have been turbo-charged by an economic system in which far too many of the Millennial generation have no stake.

Their wages have gone backwards. Some emerge from university into careers on less money than the same job offered 20 years ago.

 

 

They have been educated in schools and universities that preach almost universally that Left is good and Right is bad

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Young people have been educated in schools and universities that preach almost universally that Left is good and Right is bad

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2 Comments

  1. The usual unbiased article by the Sun…lol

    All the young are idiots, and shouldn’t listen to nasty Jeremy Corbyn, who will lie about rich people hoarding wealth, instead of paying decent wages, and giving them hope for the future. Listen instead to creepy uncle Rupert, who knows what’s best for you.

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