However, I was slightly dismayed to find that we British teenagers were being mocked with such comments as: "we have Generation Zzzz" and "Come back, James Dean". Without wishing to sound like the stereotypical media portrayal of an adolescent, I find this very unfair! Will it ever be possible for teenagers to satisfy their elders?
I accept that the figure of 59 per cent of us having no interest in politics makes us appear apathetic; but for my part the only access I have to the world of politics is to watch MPs, on all sides, making a mockery of the democratic process by showing more interest in scoring points off each other than even attempting to sort out the problems of society. This doesn't exactly inspire me.
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