TORIES face a Catch 22 dilemma in their drive to attract young voters, a report says.
Party strategists say they need to appeal more to under-30s after support in that age group fell a third in seven years.
But they warn that adopting a more youthful image risks alienating millions of older, working class Labour deserters.
The average age of a Conservative member is now 72, up from 66 two years ago.
The task is…