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Brits want mutual free movement restored. 79% of us in a recent Omnisis poll believe we should have freedom to travel and work across Europe (88% after removing ‘don’t know’), and 73% believe, there should be ‘mutual free movement’ (84% after removing ‘don’t know’).
Most food companies feel leaving the European Union has affected operations while many said COVID-19 didn’t impact their ability to meet regulatory requirements, according to a survey.
New polling shows 62% want another referendum on Britain's membership of the EU at some point with 56% saying they would now vote to rejoin.
57% say Brexit behind gaps on supermarket shelves, as shortages hit school meals. / Most voters think Brexit is to blame for widespread shortages of fruit and vegetables on supermarket shelves, a poll for The Independent has found.
Almost seven years and four prime ministers since the U.K. voted to leave the European Union, polling suggests public sentiment has turned against Brexit.
Almost half of food and drink manufacturers in the UK claim their competitiveness with the EU has fallen in the past year, The Grocer can reveal.
Almost two in three Britons believe Brexit has damaged the UK economy, a new poll for The Independent has found.
Those who have changed their mind are notably younger than those who still think it was right to vote to leave the EU.
Brexiteers promised to “take back control.” But the decision has instead delivered recession, gloom, and despair.
South Holland and the Deepings is one of just three parts of the country where voters don't show regret over the Brexit vote, according to a new poll.
Public opinion on Brexit in North Wales appears to have shifted significantly according to a recent poll. The number of people regretting the decision to leave the European Union (EU) now outnumbers those in favour of Brexit in every North Wales constituency.
Polling suggests the vast majority of people believe the split with the EU isn't going well - a fact being ignored by mainstream political parties.
Private equity veteran Guy Hands says Boris Johnson ‘threw the country and the NHS under the bus’.
A survey from Deltapoll finds that few Brits can name any advantages to leaving the EU, three years after it happened.
The prime minister’s upbeat analysis contrasted with recent polling suggesting growing unhappiness with Brexit’s outcome.
As the UK marks three years since leaving the EU, only voters in three areas do not regret quitting the bloc.
Everywhere else says it was the wrong move.
This week on Dezeen, we published a survey showing that three years on from leaving the EU, 84 per cent of UK architecture studios want to reverse the Brexit "catastrophe" and rejoin the union.
Grays, a town near London, voted overwhelmingly in favour of Brexit. But three years after severing ties with the EU, some are feeling remorse as the country lurches from one crisis to another.
Nine in 10 UK architecture studios feel Brexit has had a negative impact on them, exclusive Dezeen research has found. / Three years on from the UK's departure from the European Union (EU) on 31 January 2020, Dezeen conducted a survey of 50 architecture studios asking about their experiences of working post-Brexit.
"Whether you are for or against it, Brexit Is without doubt the most significant event in 21st century British history - so it is quite extraordinary that there has never before been a parliamentary debate, dedicated to its impacts and consequences. So the probable upcoming debate in Parliament will be of substantial historical significance."
ACTIVISTS in Edinburgh have kicked off the third anniversary Brexit events with action outside the UK Government Hub.
MASSIVE airport queues on the continent after the EU brings in new visas for British citizens this year may contribute to a wider sense that "Brexit is not working" a report this week will warn.
‘The project is probably now unsalvageable’, says former PM’s old employer. / The Conservatives have made such a “hash” of Brexit that the project is probably “unsalvageable”, according to Boris Johnson’s favourite newspaper.
Support for leaving the European Union has dramatically fallen across the bloc, much to the shock of Brexiteers.