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Survey finds 52 per cent of Brits want to see a Brexit following the Paris attacks

24th November 2015 11:07

A research survey, which was conducted on behalf of The Independent has revealed that more than half (52 per cent) of people are in favour of leaving the European Union in the wake of the Paris attacks. On the other hand, the remaining 48 per cent said that… Read more...

52 per cent of Scots plan to vote SNP in 2016, survey finds

12th November 2015 16:57

A recent survey has revealed that 52 per cent of Scottish people plan to vote for the Scottish National Party in the constituency section of the 2016 Scottish Parliament election, with Labour trailing behind, struggling to gain support. Of the respondents,… Read more...

Half of Brits think Cabinet should be able to lobby for or against Brexit

28th October 2015 13:04

A recent survey by Huffington Post UK has revealed that 55 per cent of British people feel that Cabinet ministers should be able to campaign for or against the Brexit, as they wish, whilst just 25 per cent said that the Cabinet had a responsibility to stick… Read more...

Voters believe Boris Johnson will replace David Cameron as Conservative leader, survey finds

5th October 2015 17:01

According to the findings of a recent survey, Boris Johnson is the favourite to replace David Cameron as the next Conservative party leader. The survey of UK voters found that around 50 per cent of the respondents would prefer Boris Johnson to be the next… Read more...

Two thirds believe Corbyn won’t lead Labour to victory in 2020 election, survey finds

16th September 2015 11:57

According to the findings of a recent survey on behalf of The Independent, two thirds of people do not think that Jeremy Corbyn will lead the Labour party to victory in the 2020 general election. Just 34 per cent of the respondents said that they believe… Read more...

One third of Scots want to leave the EU, survey finds

29th June 2015 16:01

Research on behalf of think tank, British Future, has revealed that one third of Scottish people expect to vote against staying in the EU, in the upcoming referendum. The researchers questioned 1,000 Scottish people and found that 33.7 per cent of the respondents… Read more...

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