Public Think Clapham Vigil Should Not Have Gone Ahead mdi-fullscreen

Snap polling by YouGov has found that by a slim margin, more Britons think Saturday’s vigil on Clapham Common should not have gone ahead – by 43% to 40%. Among women this was flipped, with those thinking it should have been permitted slightly ahead. Interestingly and contradictory to that, the same poll found that a whopping 59% of Brits say protests, vigils, and marches of any kind should not be allowed during the pandemic. The British public are nothing if not consistent… 

In more commanding numbers, most people – including pluralities of voters of all major parties – say Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick should not resign. 47% of all voters say she should stay in post, compared to 23% who say she should go. Twitter is not Britain…

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