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- Labour will lose a big chunk of support if it doesn’t oppose Brexit.
- If there was an election before Brexit, just 19% of people would vote for Labour if it doesn’t oppose Britain’s EU exit, while the Conservatives would be 9 percentage points ahead, a YouGov poll has found.
- Support for the anti-Brexit Lib Dems would jump to 17%.
- However, Labour would be much closer to the Tories and way ahead of the Lib Dems if it opposed Brexit.
- Jeremy Corbyn is under increasing pressure from Labour members to stand against Brexit.
LONDON — The Labour Party will haemorrhage voters to the Liberal Democrats if it doesn’t oppose Brexit, a poll has found, in the latest sign that Jeremy Corbyn’s party relies heavily on support from passionate pro-Europeans.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
- The EU fears British spies have bugged Brexit talks to obtain sensitive files
- Leading Brexiteer invested over £70,000 in firm advising clients to buy gold to avoid impact of a no-deal Brexit
- Theresa May considers plan to register 3 million EU citizens ‘alphabetically’ to cope with flood of applications