Most voters believe Parliament is determined to block Brexit
in defiance of the electorate’s will, a poll reveals. Some 55 per cent believe Parliament is determined to thwart Brexit, including almost two in five (38 per cent) Remain voters and 87 per cent of Leavers.
Fewer than one in five (19 per cent) of the public disagree.
The ComRes online poll of 2,030 British adults found most voters (54 per cent) also felt Remain-supporting MPs and other Establishment figures trying to stop Brexit had damaged the UK’s negotiating position with the EU, against just 24 per cent who disagreed.
Two in five (41 per cent) agreed that instead of delaying Brexit, Britain should just leave to trade on WTO rules.