Remainer PM must NOT be allowed near Brexit ‘UNTHINKABLE’ – Express.co.uk poll results


Tory leadership rivals Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt are in the midst of a battle for the Conservative crown with Brexit dominating both campaigns.

The UK’s exit from the EU has so far dominated the Tory leadership battle as both candidates are under pressure to deliver on the vote of the people to unshackle the UK from the EU. 

But both candidates have very differing stances on Brexit – Mr Johnson is a fervent Brexiteer and voted to leave the EU in the 2016 referendum while Mr Hunt voted to Remain and has pledged to try and secure a better deal before the UK leaves the EU on October 31.

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Express.co.uk commenters reflected the results of the poll saying the country had suffered enough when outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May, who voted to Remain in the EU referendum, led Brexit negitatons in Brussels.

One said: “We’ve already seen the absolute carnage caused by one Remainer pretending to want to leave the EU. Another Remainer must not be allowed near Brexit in future.”

Another said: “We tried a Remainer as PM and she tried to turn our Nation into a puppet vassal while saying it was ‘Leave’.

One added: “You should never send a Remainer to do a Brexiteers job. Or you will be back in the same old position as treason May.”

Another commented: “We have already had one Prime Minister who voted to Remain, whose heart wasn’t in Brexit and we can see where that has got us.

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“Another ‘Remainer’ as PM is unthinkable – so that narrows the list down.’

Tory leadership rivals Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt are in the midst of a battle for the Conservative crown with Brexit dominating both campaigns.

The UK’s exit from the EU has so far dominated the Tory leadership battle as both candidates are under pressure to deliver on the vote of the people to unshackle the UK from the EU. 

But both candidates have very differing stances on Brexit – Mr Johnson is a fervent Brexiteer and voted to leave the EU in the 2016 referendum, Mr Hunt voted to Remain and has pledged to try and secure a better deal before the UK leaves the EU on October 31.

Up to 94 percent said the next Prime Minister should have voted Brexiot in the EU referenda,

This was compared to just 5 percent of readers who said ‘No’ when asked ‘should the next Prime Minister have voted Brexit in the EU referendum?”

The Express.co.uk poll of 20,149 readers ran from 7.38pm on Saturday to 9pm on Sunday.



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