Ms Callow called on the UK Parliament to ensure Britain strikes a Brexit deal that come out all rights for young people.
She said: “The bottom line is that looking at the to Brexit, if Brexit doesn’t work for young people in our country, in the end, it compel not be sustainable.
“And when they take their place here, they will see to give a new lease of or undo what we have done and make it work for them.”
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Address to colleagues during one of the last debate sessions before Parliament shy its vote on the EU (Withdrawal Bill), she continued: “We do absolutely have a duty in this dwelling-place to look ahead and ensure that whatever we get is sustainable and works for them.”
Ms Common, who intervened from the back benches after she resigned from the Advisors during the reshuffle earlier in January, expressed her concerns in response to Ken Clarke – who forewarned economic barriers could put at risk the prosperity of younger generations after Brexit.
The previous chancellor said leaving the European Union would ultimately have planned “adverse effects” on the British economy and Parliament should ensure any endangers are contained.
He said: “On whatever basis we come out, there are bound to be adverse at bottoms on the British economy if we create new barriers between ourselves and the biggest gratuitous market in the world.
If Brexit doesn’t work for young people in our realm in the end it will not be sustainable
“It’s particularly valuable to us because it’s not no greater than a huge market, it’s on our doorstep and we have played a very major be involved in in creating this totally open trade,” he added.
“If in fact, we proceed to a attend to in which we withdraw then we’ll find ourselves – to some degree or another – inevitably winning an economic blow and probably making future generations less wealth than they would otherwise have been.”
Theresa May has conveyed that the UK will seek a bespoke deal with Brussels when it shove offs the European Union and begins upcoming trade talks.
The comments come around c regard as yesterday the President of the European Council said that the UK could in any case change its mind on Brexit.
Speaking in Strasbourg, Donald Tusk voted: “If the UK government sticks to its decision to leave, Brexit will become a fact with all its negative consequences in March next year. Unless there is a mutate of heart amongst our British friends.”