15 comments on “No one older has the correct views on this

  1. The children’s crusade….there is something profoundly evil about enlisting children as political weapons.

  2. Perhaps their views of education would be more valuable, they do have experience of that.
    Put seven year olds on education committees!

  3. Wales’ Minister for Children Huw Irranca-Davies said Brexit would bring about some of the biggest changes children and young people would face in their adult lives,

    Mass immigration has been a huge change in my adult life, I can’t remember being consulted on this as an adult let alone a seven year old.

    “Won’t somebody think of the children” is a cynical cliche but is so for a very good reason.

  4. Rob – you were given the opportunity to take part in general elections if you met the criteria.
    Up to you who you vote for then.

  5. “Wales’ Minister for Children Huw Irranca-Davies said Brexit would bring about some of the biggest changes children and young people would face in their adult lives, so he was looking forward to hearing their views – and ensuring they were acted on.”

    I hope he get’s their stance on assisted suicide, monetary policy and deeding the Falklands to Argentina. And whether Wales should have a Minister for Children.

  6. Martin, who should we have voted for? The one who promised to limit immigration a lot or the one which promised to limit it a bit? Maybe the one which went to court to prove that manifesto promises don’t count?

  7. I wasn’t consulted on what was for dinner when I was seven years old, let alone asked about the European Union or foreign policy. Risible stunt from the usual twats.

  8. As if a Welsh Labour government is likely to have any impact whatsoever on the Brexit outcome, children’s views or not.

  9. “Rob – you were given the opportunity to take part in general elections if you met the criteria. Up to you who you vote for then.”

    Hardly an original contribution to the debate. Someone says it every time. That anyone thinks it is a valid argument given the (deliberate) lack of real choice tells me why the government never had to work very hard to get away with it.

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