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  • Lack of community is making Britain's youth lonely
  • Lack of community is making Britain's youth lonely
    Strelka Institute (2018) ©
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Lack of community is making Britain's youth lonely

The UK’s loneliness epidemic is widely considered something that affects the elderly the most, but research suggests young Britons are disproportionately affected. With a dwindling sense of community laying at loneliness' dark heart, a generation rent are struggling more than their elders.

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