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Millennials will miss out on free holidays from the EU because of Brexit

Britain voting to the leave the European Union means that its young people will miss out on the latest perk of being part of the 28-nation bloc — free holidays. Among the doom and gloom of high youth unemployment and tiny savings, there is finally some good news for Europe's teenagers. The European Union parliament is considering giving young Europeans a free Interrail pass on their 18th birthday to enable them "to explore and know Europe better.
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