2019年1月份30期猛虎报

时间: 2019-11-12 12:29:19 2019年1月份30期猛虎报 热te46t34fawtwe:99℃

Almost the only heroes in this long Brexit saga are the voters. The latest opinion poll – commissioned, admittedly, by a pro-Brexit group - says that 44 per cent of them agree Britain should leave the European Union with no deal if there are “no more concessions from the EU” (an odd way to put the question, since so far there have been no EU concessions at all). This figure is up six points from the one in January. Only 30 per cent now disagree with the proposition (the rest don’t know).

The magnificent thing about this poll – and most others on the subject – is how little voters have moved in two and half years, despite the most relentless barrage against the full Brexit from the leaders of...

Almost the only heroes in this long Brexit saga are the voters. The latest opinion poll – commissioned, admittedly, by a pro-Brexit group - says that 44 per cent of them agree Britain should leave the European Union with no deal if there are “no more concessions from the EU” (an odd way to put the question, since so far there have been no EU concessions at all). This figure is up six points from the one in January. Only 30 per cent now disagree with the proposition (the rest don’t know).

The magnificent thing about this poll – and most others on the subject – is how little voters have moved in two and half years, despite the most relentless barrage against the full Brexit from the leaders of...

Almost the only heroes in this long Brexit saga are the voters. The latest opinion poll – commissioned, admittedly, by a pro-Brexit group - says that 44 per cent of them agree Britain should leave the European Union with no deal if there are “no more concessions from the EU” (an odd way to put the question, since so far there have been no EU concessions at all). This figure is up six points from the one in January. Only 30 per cent now disagree with the proposition (the rest don’t know).

The magnificent thing about this poll – and most others on the subject – is how little voters have moved in two and half years, despite the most relentless barrage against the full Brexit from the leaders of...

Almost the only heroes in this long Brexit saga are the voters. The latest opinion poll – commissioned, admittedly, by a pro-Brexit group - says that 44 per cent of them agree Britain should leave the European Union with no deal if there are “no more concessions from the EU” (an odd way to put the question, since so far there have been no EU concessions at all). This figure is up six points from the one in January. Only 30 per cent now disagree with the proposition (the rest don’t know).

The magnificent thing about this poll – and most others on the subject – is how little voters have moved in two and half years, despite the most relentless barrage against the full Brexit from the leaders of...