My Life My Say caused outrage after starting the “Better Brexit” initiative to in an attempt “secure a better Brexit for young people”.
Social media users railed against a promotional video released by the group, accusing them of peddling “nonsense” and being bitter over the referendum result.
The footage shows a group of young people, across several locations, putting forward a list of their demands, which they call “my Brexit”.
One says: “Young people deserve a say in Brexit as they will most likely feel the outcomes the longest.
Youngsters demand say in Brexit – even if they didn't vote
Whether you voted Leave, Remain or didn’t vote at all you should have a say in the negotiations
“If we don’t have a say now, when will we ever have a say?”
Another insisted: “We are going to live with the outcome of this referendum the longest and this is our opportunity to stay mobilised and make sure we have a say in the Brexit negotiations.”
Describing his vision for “my Brexit”, a third said: “My Brexit is one in which Britain enjoys global relationships, one in which it expands its trading opportunities around the world.
“That means more jobs for you and more prosperity in our country.”
Others voiced concerns over housing, international travel and involvement in “key decisions” over the future of the country.
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However, in a bizarre twist, one of the campaigners demanded a voice for people who didn’t vote in the referendum.
She said: “Whether you voted Leave, Remain or didn’t vote at all you should have a say in the negotiations after Brexit.”
Angered viewers hit back at the campaign’s message, insisting it was simply another Remainer plot to hamper the UK’s European divorce.
A Twitter user wrote: “Sorry but this is absolutely rubbish. Read carefully: You lost.
Remoaners Club: These people hate Brexit! Mon, January 16, 2017
Remainers are finding it hard to accept Brexit.
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“Don’t you think you need to just get over it?”
Another said: “If you are young fight back. Do not let this propaganda campaign steal your future opportunities.
“My Brexit is no Brexit.”
A third posted: “‘Brexit will not open opportunities beyond Europe that we haven’t had before. That’s nonsense.”