Poll suggests Britons more likely to vote to stay in EU

May 4th, 2015  
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Topic: Poll suggests Britons more likely to vote to stay in EU

Britons are more likely to vote to stay part of the European Union than leave in a future membership referendum, a poll showed on Monday, with only 18 percent saying they would definitely elect to exit the bloc. The YouGov poll for The Times newspaper asked the question because Britain faces a close national election on Thursday and Prime Minister David Cameron has promised to hold such an in-out referendum if re-elected. Such a referendum has not been held in Britain since 1975, when the country first joined what was then the European Economic Community.

May 4th, 2015  
The Highway Man
I am one who would vote to leave the EU, its nothing but a drain on the UK economy.
May 5th, 2015  
Agreed. Britain pays MILLIONS into the EU and gets bugger all out of it. I get highly annoyed when Brussels can dictate what laws, rules and regulations must be implemented in the UK.

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