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More people in the UK think there should be another EU referendum in the next 10 years than those who oppose it.
Be there on the road to rejoin.
With large-scale, pro-EU protests set to hit London next month, UK citizens seem to have lost patience with Brexit.
Tory MP Tobias Ellwood says both his party and Labour are being dishonest over the disaster of Brexit.
Plaid Cymru has expressed serious concerns over the potential impact of the planned application of full Brexit border checks from the autumn.
Britain will rejoin the EU in the future, Tony Blair has predicted – as polls show support for rejoining climbing ever higher.
British voters now say that they would vote to rejoin the EU in a new referendum.
The British public now regrets Brexit more than at any other point since the referendum, according to two separate pollsters: YouGov and Deltapoll. Last week, YouGov recorded their highest ever share of voters, 57%, saying Brexit was a mistake. Just 32% thought Brexit was the correct decision. A majority of voters, 51%, now even wants to join the EU...
There’s a growing understanding in Britain that the country’s vote to quit the European Union, a decisive moment in the international rise of reactionary populism, was a grave error.
He said many MPs privately agree that the UK should have a closer trading relationship with the EU but are too scared to say so.
Latest set of polling shows ‘Bregret’ has become consolidated among the British public. / More adults believe the UK should rejoin the European Union than remain outside of it, new polling shows.
The assistant comment editor said the Tories have made such a hash of the project it is "probably unsalvageable".
Seven years after the UK voted to leave the EU, it seems that public support for Brexit has collapsed. Someone tell our politicians...
Prominant Remainer Gina Miller explains what would need to happen for Britain to reverse Brexit and return to the bloc.
Almost 50% decline shows need for veterinary deal to ease ‘red tape mountain’, says Labour.
UK respondents in YouGov survey now more likely to say they trust the EC more than they trust their government.
Wales and the rest of the UK should re-join the single market to undo the economic damage caused by Brexit, Plaid Cymru has said.
New poll shows 79% think trade deals with Australia and New Zealand are bad. / Just over half (52%) of farmers said Britain should join the EU and 70% of thought we should at least rejoin the single European market, rising to 85% in the case of those working in the ancillary industries.
How has the UK evolved over seven years to become a country that again favours being in the EU? And when can we hope to rejoin?
Many of the leave voters George Llewelyn met in 2021 were dissatisfied Eurosceptics who are now ardent rejoiners. How did it happen?
The leaders of our political parties cannot go on hiding from the damage to our economy, our reputation in the world and the frustration of our younger generation, writes Lord Michael Heseltine.
Lord Heseltine said it is time to stop ‘hiding from the damage’ caused by Brexit. / Lord Heseltine has called for Britain to “recreate our position at the centre of Europe” after the failure of Brexit.
Giles Merritt assesses British remorse for leaving the EU, and suggests that Brussels should weigh the advantages of a constructive new relationship.
Is Brexit reversible? James L. Newell examines what the prohibition of alcohol in the United States can tell us about the potential to reverse seemingly irreversible policy decisions.