Survation has polled British voters about Brexit and has detected a shift in attitude. ‘Previously 51% of voters didn’t want a vote on holding a second referendum, but now 58% of voters would vote for a vote, as long as the vote wasn’t binding. Of those polled, 35% state they wouldn’t vote for a vote, but would vote against a vote.’
‘Statistically speaking, to within two standard deviations, and accepting the usual margins of error, we haven’t a f*@king clue what the public wants. Which means we are very qualified to be the current government,’ a spokesman for Number 10 said.