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European leaders have finally reached agreement to lock in the EU's seven-year budget. While that may provide some assurance for the institution, the future is far from secure for millions of young people in Europe, with nearly a quarter of people aged between 18 and 25 across the EU jobless. But Britain's shadow foreign secretary, Douglas Alexander, says it's still better for his country to be in the EU than outside... Source: abc.net.au

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