Poll on Brexit: the people speak
74 per cent of voters want a Minister for Brexit; 70 per cent don't want to leave EU even in the event of 'hard Brexit'
Almost three-quarters of voters want a dedicated Brexit minister, according to the latest Sunday Business Post/Red C poll.
The findings represent a direct challenge to the policy of Taoiseach Enda Kenny, who has insisted that he is best placed to co-ordinate the strategy against the biggest challenge to face the state in more than 50 years.
Around 74 per cent of voters surveyed said Kenny should appoint a dedicated Brexit minister, rather than performing the...
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