Brexit Britain is ‘full of opportunities’ says John Redwood
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The survey found those who would vote to take Britain back into the EU dropped from 47 percent to 39 percent while the number of people who wanted to stay out of the bloc rose from 38 percent to 41 percent. The number who would not vote or didn’t know went up from 13 percent to 18 percent.
An irrelevant declining cabal of extremists
Analysts said the drop in support for rejoining was largely down to the EU’s disastrous Covid-19 vaccine roll-out when compared with the UK’s success story.
And the figures will come as a blow to anti-Brexit activists planning to set up a new political party to take the UK back into the EU by 2026.
Campaigners from Rejoin EU have floated the idea of setting up a party dedicated to reversing Brexit, with Remainers promising their support.
But former Brexit Party MEP Richard Tice, who has just taken over the leadership of Reform UK after Nigel Farage’s retirement, said Rejoiners obsessed with undoing the hard work of pro-Brexit campaigners and politicians have now become “irrelevant”.
Mr Tice branded them “an irrelevant declining cabal of extremists, who clearly would prefer British people die rather than have vaccines soonest when we need them”.
He said the vaccine chaos “would be amongst the many penalties of rejoining the bureaucratic monster of the EU”.
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His rebuke of Remainers came after Rejoin EU said they were planning to set up a party to be “the anti-Farage pressure on the Government”.
The group’s comments kicked off a debate on social media on whether their plan was realistic.
One person said: “I’m assuming you won’t just get elected and rejoin.
“So, if there’s another referendum would you go for a straightforward majority or two-thirds majority to avoid the division caused by the 2016 ref?”
Prominent Remain campaigner Jason Hunter used bookies’ odds on the UK heading back into the EU as fuel to forward the cause.
He claimed the betting odds on reversing Brexit in the next five years are 5/1.
Some argued Britain “won’t be let back in” if they try to rejoin the club of 27 nations.
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One Rejoiner wrote: “100/1 I’d give that EU would want UK back in its current state.”
A second Rejoiner tweeted: “We need to join the single market and the customs union ASAP.
“The EU probably wouldn’t let us rejoin. Who’d blame them?”
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