New poll finds increasing support for No Deal Brexit

by TR News

A new poll has revealed that increasing numbers of the British public are showing their support for a No Deal Brexit amid the current uncertainty of any type of deal being agreed.

A survey conducted by ComRes has revealed that 44% of the public now believe that the UK should leave the EU without a deal if there are no more concessions from Brussels. This is a 6 point rise from January. Less than a third (30%) disagree.

Jeremy Hosking, founder of the Brexit Express said: “No Deal ends the EU blackmail and the EU’s bullying. It ends uncertainty. It ends our national humiliation in which some of our leaders are colluding.”

55% of people polled agreed that they all want Brexit to be concluded and do not really care how. With a whopping 76% of voters believing that the British government guilty of handling the negotiations very badly, against a small 11% who disagreed with the same notion.

This latest poll clearly shows that the public wants Brexit delivered as per the democratic vote with no deviation, as failure to do this would result in overwhelming distrust and a failure of democracy at the highest level.


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