With 65 days to go until the UK leaves the EU single market and customs union, the approval rating of the EU leadership has never been higher among Britons, according to a new poll.
Hatred of Boris Johnson biggest reason behind surge for Scottish independence, poll finds 02/11/2020
New research finds current Tory leader ‘loathed’ by Scots in a way David Cameron and Theresa May were not.
A majority of the British public would blame Boris Johnson if Brexit talks fail to reach a deal, a new poll has found.
Nicola Sturgeon on course to provoke ‘full-blown constitutional crisis’ over Scottish independence, leaked memo admits [2 mins] 20/10/2020
Brexit means Boris Johnson’s argument against Indyref2 – that it was a ‘once in a generation’ vote – is ‘no longer effective’.
‘Scottish public have shifted even further towards supporting an independent Scotland, with record numbers now saying they would vote Yes’
Support for Brexit is collapsing as poll finds shrinking minority of British people still back leaving the EU 29/09/2020
A growing number of British people believe it was wrong for the UK to have voted to leave the EU, according to a new poll, which found that Brexit regret is at its highest level since the 2016 referendum.
Belief that Britain is force for good in world is down 10 points from April 2019 in UK.
Support for Scottish independence has surged after Boris Johnson and fellow ministers visited the country to shore up support for the union.
New polling has shown the levels of Brexit regret in the country has increased again.
Northern Irish voters would choose united Ireland over UK in a border poll, new survey shows 11/08/2019
A slim majority showed Irish reunification polling ahead of remaining in the UK as arguments over the border and the backstop rage.
THE future of the United Kingdom could be at risk after a poll revealed support for Northern Ireland quitting the Union and reunifying with the Republic of Ireland is growing.
Support for Brexit is collapsing as poll finds big majority of British people want to be in the EU 26/07/2020
There has been a surge in support for European Union membership among the British public since the Brexit referendum, a major new survey found.
Opinium poll for the Observer also reveals 47% of public think Putin’s government affected UK’s 2019 general election.
Pandemic has led to shift towards welcoming more EU citizens just as free movement is cut off 23/07/2020
New polling has shown that the coronavirus pandemic has led to the British public becoming more sympathetic towards welcoming EU citizens to work and live here - just as freedom of movement is being cut off as part of Brexit.
A majority of Scots would vote to rejoin the EU in a future referendum, a new poll has revealed.
A growing number of Welsh citizens now favour an independent Wales, thanks partly to Plaid Cymru’s decision to position itself as a Remain party.
Senior figures in Scotland and Wales warn Brexit is bringing a ‘statutory fist crashing down’.
Only one-quarter of business leaders say their organizations are fully ready for the end of the Brexit transition period, according to a survey by the Institute of Directors.
Four years on from the UK's Brexit vote, a majority of British voters would now opt to remain inside the European Union, says new research.
Angela Merkel says Britain must ‘live with the consequences’ of Boris Johnson’s decision to ditch close alignment with EU 27/06/2020
Poll finds just 25 per cent of voters think PM will get a deal which is good for Britain.
A no-deal Brexit later this year during winter and amid coronavirus would be ‘a vicious, and avoidable, combination of risks’ says Health Foundation.
Research suggests public support for transition period delay to help combat coronavirus.
Ipsos MORI survey shared with HuffPost UK raises questions for Boris Johnson's negotiating strategy as hopes of a deal begin to fade.
Survey finds support from both Conservative and Brexit Party voters for extension of transition period
TWO-THIRDS of Scots want Brexit to be delayed, according to a new poll. With coronavirus engulfing the political machinery of the UK and the EU, Boris Johnson is coming under increasing pressure to extend the transition period beyond December this year.