Exclusive: polling carried out for ‘The Independent’ shows that 55 per cent of UK voters intend to vote for Britain to leave the EU in the 23 June referendum.
If the Brexit camp managed to replace Bullingdon Bully and Nat Rothshield pal Boris Johnson with a more personable and reasonable leader, I bet the pro Brexit vote would jump again.
Meanwhile, Germany’s Finance Minister Wolfgang Schauble has threatened to deny the UK access to the single market should it vote for a Brexit, risking the anger of voters in Germany and across Europe.
Excluding the UK will have a recessionary effect on European economies. If there is one thing that unites the people of the EU, it is surely a feeling of weariness at seeing their jobs and futures and livelihoods sacrificed by the elite engaged in a personal power grab.