98 per cent say NO to EU deal: Forget talks with Brussels and quit NOW, urges new poll
A NEW Daily Express online poll has revealed that 98 per cent of respondents - 3,548 people - want the historic Brexit vote to be enacted now instead of Britain being embroiled in months or years of talks with Brussels bureaucrats.
Paul Klee über den Wandel in der Kunst: "Früher schilderte man Dinge, die auf der Erde zu sehen waren, die man gern sah oder gern gesehen hätte. Jetzt wird die Relativität der sichtbaren Dinge offenbar gemacht und dabei dem Gedanken Ausdruck verliehen, daß das Sichtbare im Verhältnis zum Weltganzen nur isoliertes Beispiel ist und das andere Wahrheiten latent in der Überzahl sind".
London to tech startups: Please don't mind the Brexit gap - CNET Enlarge Image London mayor Sadiq Khan tells New Yorkers about his citys opportunities for tech companies even after Brexit. WeWork The UK faces a potential economic backlash from its decision to exit the European Union but London Mayor Sadiq Khan doesnt think tech startups should be worried. Khan on Monday stopped in New York while on a…
Some of the voters who backed Britain leaving the EU have revealed their regret over the choice after Leave triumphed in the referendum. More than 17.4 million people across the UK voted Leave in the EU referendum, while 16.1 million voted to remain in the EU. But many voters have since spoken out saying they are shocked at the poll's outcome and did not believe their Leave votes would actually count.
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Brexit Some 58 percent of UK voters said British Prime Minister David Cameron must resign if the United Kingdom would choose to exit the European Union during a June referendum, a poll revealed Tuesday. Read more: http://sputniknews.com/europe/20160531/1040542241/uk-nationals-cameron-resign-eu-brexit.html#ixzz4AEr7BAw5
Count staff check and verify ballot papers at the Glasgow count centre at the Emirates Arena, Glasgow, Scotland, on June 23, 2016 after polls closed in the referendum on whether the UK will remain or stay in the European Union (EU). Millions of Britons began voting Thursday in a bitterly-fought, knife-edge referendum that could tear up the island nation's EU membership and spark the greatest emergency of the bloc's 60-year history. / AFP PHOTO / Robert Perry