A polling expert has appeared on Robert Peston’s weekly political analysis show on ITV to discuss the trend for Leave voters turning their back on Brexit. Sir John Curtice, a politics professor at the University of Strathclyde, acknowledged that the current state of the economy was a major factor in this change.
He even admitted that a second referendum could be a possibility, although neither Rishi Sunak nor Sir Keir Starmer have plans for one in their manifestos.
“That seems to be resulting in fewer Leave voters now saying they would vote to stay out.
When asked if this would lead to another referendum he responded: “It’s by no means inconceivable but of course at the moment, in England at least, there isn’t any party which is even close to that position.”
A former Tory MP, Mr Norman said the plans for changes in packaging could increase costs for supermarkets and producers and give EU companies an advantage over British competitors.
Inventor Sir James Dyson has also criticised the Government for their “stupid” economic decisions, reported The Telegraph.
A prominent Brexiteer himself, Sir James has now moved his company’s headquarters to Singapore.
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