I voted early this morning… I was torn. The decision wasn’t easy.— Deon Gouws
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Gouws shared his experience of the Brexit vote on Thursday and how he changed his mind along the way.
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The majority of young adults want to stay part of the EU.— Deon Gouws
This has exposed the racism is certain parts of the population here.— Deon Gouws
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