More than 100 Westminster seats switched from away to stay after the EU referendum

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    More than 100 Westminster voters who supported to leave in a referendum now, 2016 will vote to stay in the European Union, according to a new survey.
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More than 100 Westminster voters who supported to leave in a referendum now, 2016 will vote to stay in the European Union, according to a new survey.

The results of the study suggest that the majority of seats in England, Scotland and Wales now contain a majority of voters who want to stay in the EU.

Among voters recognized moved out of home remained the arch-Brexiteer Boris Johnson in Uxbridge and South Ruislip, Surrey Heath Michael Gove and places about the release of the UK labour MPs Frank in Birkenhead and Graham stringer Blackley and Broughton.

Analysis obtained by the observer, suggested that development was determined by the increase of doubt in the case of the quarter and month among labour voters in the North of England and Wales.

The results will increase pressure on Jeremy Corbyn to review the refusal of labour to support a second referendum on EU membership

Although surveys regularly report a strong lead still among voters of labour, in most districts party backed a British exit from the EU in 2016, leaving party strategists fear any suggestion that he can’t put the output.

The figures were produced by consumer analysts Focaldata based on two yougov, in surveys, a total of more than 15,000 people.

They found that 112 of the 632 seats in England, Scotland and Wales moved from leave to remain after the referendum. They included 97 English seats, 14 in Wales and in Scotland.

Under Focaldata model, 341 districts is now a majority, compared to 229 in 2016.

The analysis performed on the best for Britain campaign for a second referendum and hope not hate campaign against racism, puts remain at 53 percent support against 47pc support to leave.

Liberal Democrat leader sir Vince cable, who spoke at the rally of the popular vote supporters in Bristol on Saturday, said: “If someone voted to leave or stay in the EU in 2016, almost all were disappointed in the mess the conservatives have made the quarter and month.

“This study is even more compelling evidence that the British people should have the last word on any – or no – exit UK online. A fine argument against having to give people to speak decreases in the direction of nothingness every day.”

Sir Vince said at the meeting in Bristol that opponents of the British exit from the EU must work together as a team in the party divides in the drive for a second referendum of the EU.

The leader of the liberal Democrat said it was clear that the “centre of gravity” for the quarter and month is shifting in favor of a national survey on the latest deal.

Sir Vince said at the rally that 52pc-PK 48 win a vacation in 2016, “the situation has changed, the facts have changed.”

“We all said, the British government is going to save huge amounts of money,” he said. “Now we know that this is not so: there is a £40 billion divorce, the economy slows down, is less money for the nhs.

“We were told that it’s just – it’s actually incredibly difficult to prove.

Sir Vince Cable

“Another thing that happened in the last two years is the trump card. The whole premise of the UK embarking on some free pirate trade adventure in the world as a country independent from the EU was completely nullified protectionist agenda trump. It is utter nonsense this is.

“Thus, our position to argue about leaving the UK and on the people’s vote is now stronger than ever.

“But we have to work together, we should work above party boundaries”.

And he said, “It is a campaign that we can win. Continue to fight, to continue the campaign, and we will win in the end.”

He was joined by the MP for Totnes conservative Sarah Wollaston, who said: “to continue the British exit from the EU without the people’s vote will be as the surgeon carries out amputation, after having obtained their consent two years ago, without them knowing that they were going to lose a few fingers or the whole leg.

“Informed consent in the UK out of the EU can only happen when people know that the final transactions, if any, and have clear information about the risks and also some benefits.”

With the release of the UK conservative Jacob Rees-Mogg downplay the significance of polls showed a shift in opinion will remain.

“Most of the surveys say that people will vote to stay in the EU in 2016, but when people got to the voting booths, they voted to leave,” he told sky news.

“Voices that matter votes cast in genuine elections. Public opinion polls came up with a number of answers, and they differ from everyday, but the elections themselves are authoritative.”

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