An interesting opinion poll was conducted between March 29th and April 1st for the Observer, referred to the British referendum whether the UK remains or leaves the European Union. The results of the online survey by Opinium showed that the Leave side is leading the race on 43%, four points ahead of those, who want to remain in EU. Things can become more unpleasant for the pro – EU Camp, after the handling of the steel crisis by the government, because after Tata’s decision to sell off its British assets more than 40,000 jobs could be lost.
Read more about Brexit at the following articles from Guardian:
EU referendum: poll shows young voters could hold key in June vote
David Cameron ‘could lose EU referendum over handling of steel crisis’