Most Remain voters now support a clean Brexit in which Britain should take control of its borders, end the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice and pay little or nothing to leave the EU, according to a survey of a large sample of people by the London School of Economics and Oxford University.
- A total of 51.3 per cent of Remain voters now back a Brexit deal which delivers full control over migration and leads to lower numbers of EU migrants.
- Among Remain voters, 54.7 per cent said that they did not think the UK should hand over any money to the EU.
- Likewise, 52.2 per cent of Remain voters do not think Britain should be subject to the European Court of Justice.
- A majority of respondents would prefer "no deal" to soft Brexit and similarly would opt for hard over soft Brexit.
It is clear that Remain voters are accepting the implementation of Brexit. It is high time that discredited politicians and reluctant civil servants still hoping to obstruct withdrawal from the EU should fall into line with the wishes of the British people, or face the consequences.
The survey results were published on BuzzFeed News.