MOST THINK PM’S DEAL BAD FOR UK

Western Mail - - BREXIT -

AL­MOST two-thirds of vot­ers (62%) think it would be a bad thing for the UK to leave the EU un­der the terms se­cured by Theresa May, ac­cord­ing to a poll.

Four days be­fore MPs pass judgement on the Prime Minister’s With­drawal Agree­ment in a Com­mons vote on De­cem­ber 11, just 25% of those ques­tioned by poll­sters Ip­sos Mori said Mrs May’s deal was a good thing.

The poll for the Evening Stan­dard showed no con­sen­sus over what path the gov­ern­ment should take if the vote is lost on Tues­day.

Among those ques­tioned, 20% would sup­port a sec­ond ref­er­en­dum pit­ting Leave against Re­main, the same pro­por­tion said the UK should quit the EU with no deal, and 10% wanted a ref­er­en­dum on Mrs May’s deal alone.

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