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Cameron faces EU referendum delay after Lords vote on teenager participation

Cameron faces EU referendum delay after Lords vote on teenager participation

Peers vote in favour of extending the vote to teenagers aged 16 and over in latest defeat for governmentDavid Cameron is facing a delay in his EU referendum until October next year after the government was defeated in the House of Lords when peers voted to allow 16-and 17-year-olds to take part.Downing Street made clear that MPs, who rejected the proposal on two occasions, will be given the chance to overturn the vote in the upper house. Related: The Lords are right: young people should vote on the EU referendum | Polly Toynbee Continue reading...

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