According to a poll run by previously remain supporting financial journalist Martin Lewis of Money Saving Expert on his Facebook page, 61% of the 185.7k people that voted preferred a “no deal” (otherwise known as WTO rules) exit from the EU over a 2nd referendum (ironically being dubbed the “People’s Vote”)
These types of polls are popping up daily – and it is primarily because Theresa May has now delayed the EU deal vote to January. These delay tactics are predicated on the basis that the vote is unlikely to pass, which would put the Prime Minister in a very difficult position.
The delayed vote in parliament for the EU deal struck by Whitehall has pushed Jeremy Corbyn to call a vote of no confidence in the prime minister. Many believing that Mr Corbyn “bottled it” and should have called a vote of no confidence in the government, which would create a binding result, where as Theresa May could currently ignore the current grandstanding approach.
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