‘Do not let MPs vote on final EU deal’
Nearly half the public believes MPs should not be given a vote on the final Brexit deal, according to polling.
Some 53% want voters to have a say at the ballot box on the package but 47% were against the Commons deciding, the BritainThinks research found.
Around one-third believed MPs should be allowed to vote on the deal.
Less than a quarter of adults think the government has done a good job so far in exit talks with the European Union and 56% said Labour’s policy was not clear.
The national poll of 2,078 people was carried out between June 8-10.
Secretary of State for Scotland David Mundell