Total 9 Posts
Brexit should now be more popular among voters as a whole than it was in 2016. Yet, in truth, polls show no sign of voters falling in behind the decision to Leave.
Professor John Curtice on whether voters are ready to move on or are still divided about Brexit. Recent polling on attitudes towards the principle of Brexit shows a majority of British voters continues to believe that leaving the EU was wrong, now by 47% to 41%.
Some of my thoughts on pro-EU people who allegedly agree with EU values but are still revelling in the misery of people who voted to leave the European Union.
A wide range of people voted Leave in 2016 and it is wrong to treat them all the same, Danielle Yorks argues.
A brilliant thread on making a first step towards taking responsibility, and why more words, less flags would be far better.