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It’s expected to cause financial strain on the already fragile EU system, and may temporarily hurt the GDP of the UK.

Brexit takes nine point lead just months from expected EU referendum

EU referendum: Brexit campaign takes nine point lead just months from expected poll | UK Politics | News | The Independent

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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.

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According to a recent EU-Wide poll, a clear majority of UK voters would vote to remain in the EU if the referendum were repeated today. So would a majority in every other EU country!

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Before and after Brexit: Photo highlights of British politics in 2016: Brexit: UK Independence Party (UKIP) leader Nigel Farage poses for photographers as he leaves a polling station in south London, as Britain holds a referendum to vote on whether to remain in, or to leave the European Union (EU) on 23 June 2016. Ben Stansall/AFP

Image caption Emily Maitlis, David Dimbleby and Jeremy Vine will host BBC One’s coverage Thursday is polling day in the UK’s EU referendum. Here’s what to watch out for as events unfold. First things first: How to vote Polls are open in the UK until 22:00 BST (they close an hour earlier in Gibraltar at 22:00 local time). Any voter who arrives at a polling station before this time will be able to vote. There is no need

UK voters would now opt to stay in the EU - BMG poll

Hillarious. We learned not to trust them before, yet they think we will trust them now... UK voters would now opt to stay in the EU - BMG poll | Reuters

Huge 'Brexit' boost as now MORE voters back leaving EU than don't

Huge 'Brexit' boost as now MORE voters back leaving EU than don't THE campaign to get Britain out of the European Union received a huge boost today as a new poll revealed more UK voters now want to cut ties with Brussels than don't. Voting to leave the EU