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KentLive conducted a straw poll in Dover of 50 people asking how they would vote if they could repeat 2016.
PM wishes he submitted pro-Remain column before referendum, according to Guto Harri.
An Opinium poll also found that 42% of people who voted Leave in 2016 had a negative view of how it had turned out.
“If there wasn’t any Brexit, there wouldn’t be any issues,” he said. “We were getting on fine before that.”
If there was a vote to leave the EU tomorrow, only 36 per cent would vote out - compared to 52 per cent in 2016.
A caller into James O’Brien’s LBC radio show who said he was Tory voter brought listeners to tears after he revealed when things changed for him on Brexit.
Lance Forman, who was a Brexit Party MEP, seemed to forget about a time not so long ago when things were not going so well post-Brexit.
An audience member surprised BBC Question Time host Fiona Bruce on Thursday evening when they revealed they did vote for Brexit – and said Britain was now facing the dire consequences of leaving the EU.
British fishermen catch over fifty different species but unfortunately, British taste buds are largely restricted to salmon, cod, tuna and prawns. So 70% of British-caught fish is exported, mostly to EU customers. When Britain leaves the EU, British fishermen fear they could lose free access to their biggest market.
By contrast, 32 per cent thought Brexit has been going “very badly”, and 21 per cent said it turned out “fairly badly”.
YouGov poll finds 32 per cent of Britons think it has turned out ‘very badly’.
More than half of Brits think that Brexit is "going badly," according to new polling — and the number of people with that opinion is growing.
Something odd is happening with Brexit. Since June 2016 polls have all shown a nation split 50-50 on its merits. But now as we see what the reality of Brexit means there is a shift.
Richard Corbett, former Labour MEP, linguist, author and fluent and well-informed speaker will explain the background to Boris Johnson's Brexit deal and discuss the fallout. There are numerous consequences of Brexit which are not receiving sufficient publicity. Leaving the EU came at a huge cost to the UK economically, culturally and in terms of our standing in the world.
“Brexit has caused us enormous problems with recruitment,” the TV presenter bemoaned after facing a lack of EU staff for her own hotel.
This is all highly ironic as Polizzi was a prominent Leave supporter during the 2016 EU referendum. “I’m like the turkey who voted for Christmas,” she concedes now.
British sentiment toward leaving the European Union appears to be changing. As the United Kingdom marks a year since its Brexit referendum vote, a new opinion poll shows that a majority now wants to stay. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant gets a range of reactions as the country faces its independent future.
A British fisherman has expressed his regret over voting for Brexit during an appearance on Danish TV.
Mr Perkes, has admitted he “got it wrong” when he voted to leave the EU
Strong support for closer EU relationship as Labour pledges to leave deal in place.
A majority of the public is unhappy about the post-Brexit trade agreement that Boris Johnson secured with the EU, a new survey has found.
A majority of Britons are not satisfied with the post-Brexit trade agreement that Boris Johnson secured with the European Union, according to a survey that provides the first detailed insight into the nation's attitude towards the deal since it took effect.