Wednesday June 3, 2020

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'

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

29th January, 2017
Theresa May’s decision not to address the Dáil this week is being seen as a mistake Picture: Getty

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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