20 days from Britain’s scheduled exit date from the European Union and while the politicians pontificate and do their best to frustrate the will of the people, the country is rallying around support for a clean, WTO Brexit:
A survey by ComRes found that 44 per cent of the public now believe the UK should leave without a deal if Brussels refuses to make any further concessions – a six point rise from January. Less than a third (30 per cent) disagreed.
This is despite a unprecedented black propaganda campaign against leaving the EU without a deal.
May’s deal will be put to the Parlimentary test again on Tuesday but the prospects of it passing do not appear to be high.
Both Steve Baker, a leading figure in the Brexiteer ERG, and Nigel Dodds, the DUP’s Westminster leader, said that it is now “inevitable” that the “unchanged” deal will be voted down on Tuesday – predicting another three figure defeat after it was defeated last time by a record-breaking 230 votes.