WATCH: 16-year-old delivers eloquent take on Brexit on BBC Question Time
A very impressive speaker.
A 16-year-old audience member who spoke on BBC's Question Time on Thursday night has received a lot of praise for her eloquent take on the current state of Brexit.
While voicing her opinion on how the UK has come to the position it is currently in, she blamed David Cameron and the Tory Party for putting themselves "before the country".
Speaking directly to the panel on the show, she said: "This goes back much further than this week. It goes back much further than any of you have said. It goes back to when the plans for the referendum were first announced. It goes back further - to David Cameron trying to negotiate in the EU.
"David Cameron made the referendum policy because he didn't want to risk losing 10 or 15 seats to UKIP - and look where it's got us.
"This has always been because of the Tory Party playing party politics with issues that are going to be huge generational changes for all of us."
She also made the point that she, like many others of a similar age to her, didn't get a say in Brexit, but could potentially feel the repercussions for years to come.
"I'm 16-years-old, and I didn't get a say in Brexit, and I won't get a say in it, because there's not going to be a second referendum as things stand.
"This is all caused by a party putting itself first, before the country."
Take a look and prepare to be amazed here:
‘David Cameron made the referendum policy because he didn’t want to risk losing 10 or 15 seats to UKIP and look where it has got us’
This 16-year-old says the Conservative Party are responsible for Brexit. #bbcqt pic.twitter.com/JaylXz1XF2
— BBC Question Time (@bbcquestiontime) March 21, 2019