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The only way the UK can gain economic growth is by 'rejoining the EU,' says LBC caller.
Paul Routledge on the everyday nightmare that Brexit is fast becoming, and now with EU business decreasing sharply, what's next for the Tories - aka the Brexit Party?
A new survey by pollsters YouGov found a significant majority of people, 54 per cent, think Britain's EU exit is going badly, with 20 per cent saying neither.
YouGov polling is the latest in a rising trend to show a majority in favour of rejoining the European Union.
According to a new YouGov poll, just 12% think leaving the European Union has been a success.
Professor Sir John Curtice said the vote six years ago had failed to settle the debate on whether the UK should be in the European Union.
‘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.
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.
New research from YouGov has found that "Bregret is rife", with 46% of people wanting a vote on re-joining in the next decade.
Seven years on from the UK’s decision to leave the European Union, more Brexiteers than ever regret their decision.
Seven years after the UK voted to leave the EU, it seems that public support for Brexit has collapsed. Someone tell our politicians...
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.
Britain has turned against Brexit and would now vote to stay in the European Union, according to the biggest ever poll-of-polls.
Britons define themselves more in terms of whether they are supporters or opponents of Brexit than backers of a particular political party, according to a poll on Thursday.
Seven in ten Britons support a closer relationship with the EU than we have now. / As we approach the fourth anniversary of Brexit, 52% of Britons now believe that the UK leaving the EU was the wrong decision. The Labour party – likely to form the next government – have so far resisted calls to move towards rejoining the single market...
UK respondents in YouGov survey now more likely to say they trust the EC more than they trust their government.
As evidence mounts of the long-term harm being inflicted on the U.K. economy by Brexit, the government is coming under pressure to acknowledge the elephant in the room.
"Brexit was a massive failure of leadership," Guy Verhofstadt said. "But in a democracy people can call upon new leadership to undo the mistakes of the past."
The former Green Party co-leader argued the new bill launches "an attack on nature like we've never seen before".
Seven years after the EU Referendum, Brexit is finding it increasingly difficult to retain its 2016 supporters let alone recruit new ones
Numbers wishing to rejoin EU steadily growing over past year, while parties maintain silence. / Polling evidence over the past year suggests that the 2016 Brexit referendum has failed to deliver a “permanent settlement” to the Brexit debate, polling guru Sir John Curtice has said.
The Liberal Democrats could score victory at general election if Labour maintains it’s position of an ‘alternative Brexit’, according to a new poll.
Boris Johnson’s vow to ‘Get Brexit Done’ in 2019 has not been delivered, according to more than half of Britons.
How well or badly do you think the government is handling the following issues? Britain's exit from the EU.
Former First Minister Carwyn Jones garnered significant press coverage recently with his statement that the chaos in UK politics was driving curiosity about Welsh independence.
"How is this a debate", one person said after guests played a familiar conveyer belt game.
A “RECORD high” number of people believe Brexit was a mistake, according to the latest polling.
Six months on from the end of the transition period, most of the British public are feeling downbeat about Brexit.
The Liberal Democrats have become the most popular party in the country, a poll suggests.
Singer and actress Lily Allen simply tweeted ‘Brexit was dumb’ earlier this weekan and was met with overwhelming agreement from many.
Eleven months in, new YouGov polling found that 52 per cent of Britons don't think Brexit is going well.
“More people are feeling like Remain is the better option.” / More Brits would vote to remain in the EU if given a second vote than ever before, according to a new YouGov poll.
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.
The figure rises to 80% for businesses that do a moderate or large amount of trade with the EU, a survey has found.
YouGov tracker data records the highest levels of Bregret among Leave voters to date.
Arch-Brexiteer Nigel Farage thinks Brexit has failed. Almost two-thirds of Brits seem to agree with him.
New polling released this week by YouGov has revealed that Leave voters believe Brexit has been a more of a failure than a success by a margin of nearly two-to-one.
Confidence in the Brexit project is rapidly diminishing among Brits. / Only 16 per cent of Brits think Brexit is going well, new YouGov research has found.
More than a quarter support a fresh vote as soon as the end of this year.
Nigel Farage has admitted that Britain’s split with the European Union is in crisis – but has refused to take responsibility for it. / New polling has found just 9 per cent of Britons now consider Brexit more of a success than a failure.
May needs to ditch her intransigent red lines as a population shift means young remainers have replaced older leave voters.
The wider public now think Britain was wrong to leave the European Union by 56% to 32%.
Just a third of people who voted to leave the European Union in 2016 now think Brexit was a success, according to a new poll.
YouGov poll finds 32 per cent of Britons think it has turned out ‘very badly’.
Philip Hammond is set to warn that a no-deal Brexit would harm the British economy, devour a £26.6bn Brexit war chest, and risk the break-up of the UK.
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson will suspend Parliament for more than a month before Brexit, enraging opponents and raising the stakes in the country's most serious political crisis in decades.
Less than a third of Brits think Brexit is ‘done,’ YouGov poll reveals.
A record high percentage of Brits now say they believe Brexit was a mistake, a poll shows.
In light of recent polling showing that a record number of people have changed their minds about Brexit, Paula Surridge and Alan Wager unpack shifting public attitudes, looking at age, education and changing geographic patterns, highlighting that Brexit may continue to shape our politics for some time yet.
Even after years of division and vitriol, it seems like Britain still needs to talk about Brexit. / More than six years after voting to leave the European Union, the UK is facing a prolonged recession and a deep cost-of-living crisis. Last week’s Autumn Statement heralded years of higher taxes and cuts to public spending.
A YouGov poll a week after Nigel Farage said leaving the EU has "failed" shows more people than ever express "Bregret".
Being in the EU is the more popular option in polls now, writes John Curtice, because those who did not or could not vote in 2016 – such as younger people – support rejoining by more than three to one. / On average in the polls, more than 80 per cent of those 18- to 24-year-olds (nearly all of whom were too young in 2016) who express a referendum preference say they would vote to join the EU.
The figure rises to four in five businesses among those that do a moderate or large amount of trade with the EU
Conservative party members would happily the support break-up of the United Kingdom, “significant damage” to the British economy, and even the destruction of their own party in order to secure Brexit, a poll has found.
A YouGov poll published on Tuesday showed 54% of the party’s membership would rather the UK left the EU than the Conservative Party survive.
Two thirds of Conservative Party members believe that parts of Britain “operate under Sharia law”, a new poll has shown amid a mounting Islamophobia scandal.
A Midlothian MSP has been told to move on from constitutional debate after a survey revealed that most Brits do not believe Brexit has benefited the United Kingdom.
More than half of Britons would vote to rejoin the European Union for the first time since the nation opted to leave the bloc seven years ago, YouGov polling showed.
Those who have changed their mind are notably younger than those who still think it was right to vote to leave the EU.
The number of Leave voters who think it was wrong for Britain to vote leave the EU has been steadily increasing since 2021, hitting a record 19% in November 2022.
The proportion of Brits who say Brexit was a mistake has hit a record high, a survey from pollsters YouGov shows. / With few economic benefits to show for the June 2016 vote to leave the European Union, 57 per cent of Brits said the decision to leave the European Union in 2016 was the wrong one, compared with 32 per cent who thought it was correct.
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.
A recent YouGov survey found 55 per cent of people would now vote to rejoin the EU, the highest number recorded. Eleanor Peake speaks to the new cohort of voters leading the charge.


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