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Wednesday, 07 November 2018 11:00

U.K. voters change their mind on Brexit

U.K. voters change their mind on Brexit

U.K. voters have changed their mind on Brexit, according to a new poll, Caspian Energy News ( reports with reference to Bloomberg.

If another referendum were held now, voters would vote to remain in the European Union by 54 percent to 46 percent, according to Survation, a polling company. The survey questioned 20,000 people online across every constituency in the U.K. In the 2016 plebiscite, Britons voted to leave by 52 percent to 48 percent.

The findings are likely to be seized on by those campaigning for a second referendum as evidence that a re-run is justified. Campaigners have stepped up their efforts in recent weeks, as a group of lawmakers plan to use the moment Prime Minister Theresa May brings a divorce deal back from Brussels to push for another vote.

Former Prime Minister Tony Blair called on members of the British Parliament to reject May’s deal. Groups of lawyers and business leaders have also called for another referendum, arguing that people didn’t know what they were voting for in 2016.

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