Second Poll Shows UK Wants Out of EU

It turns out other news is happening this week that doesn’t involve mobile phones. Guido thinks two polls in as many days that have shown half of the country are prepared to leave the EU would normally get more traction. This week the government forced a statutory instrument through Parliament, with the slimmest of majorities, that will see us giving more money through a £9.2 billion increase to the IMF, than we cut in the first round of spending cuts. The public is getting sick of it.

A YouGov@Cambridge/PoliticsHome poll poll showed that if there was an in/out referendum tomorrow 50% would vote to leave and just 33% to stay. Remarkably this is almost identical to yesterday’s 49%/25% Angus Reid poll. As Greece continues to burn money, Italy teeters on the brink and Ireland has its credit rating reduced to junk status, the public are finally waking up to the problem. Every cloud…


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“If I had to choose between no deal and Mrs May’s original accord, I would have no hesitation of opting for no-deal Brexit but even Mrs May’s deal would be better than not leaving at all.”

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