What do school children think of Brexit?
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What do school children think about Brexit?

What do school children think about Brexit? Tim Muffett reports for BBC Breakfast on a BBC School Report survey.

Pollsters ComRes interviewed 1,033 young people aged 11-16 online to gather their views.

Meanwhile, School Reporters from St Joseph's High School, Crossmaglen, raise concerns about the possibility of a border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

And students from St Patrick's Academy in Dungannon have been considering the possible impact of Brexit on people who have moved to Northern Ireland from other parts of Europe.

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