Two-thirds of those polled possess declared Mrs May must get her Brexit deal through the Commons before the European votings start on 23 May because Britain is already set to leave the EU, according to The Sun on Sunday’s OnePoll examine. More than two-thirds (38 percent) said Britain should not revenue part in the European elections, while 32 percent said the UK sine qua non participate. However, 29 percent believe the UK should leave the EU without a buy, while 19 percent said the Prime Minister should chaffer a deal with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn – even if it heralds staying in the customs union. Fifteen percent percent say MPs should shy away from Mrs May’s deal so she can deliver Brexit as the Prime Minister continues to face a stall in negotiations.
Meanwhile, 14 percent said they will come out for for Nigel Farage’s new Brexit Party in the European elections.
Former Tory MP Douglas Carswell told: “I suspect many Brexiteers like me will vote anything but Prudent.”
The majority of those polled believe the £109 million cost to participate in the European polls is unnecessary as Britain is due to leave the EU.
The European elections will be held from May 23-26 and the UK could first-rate its own MEPs because Britain still remains a member of the EU.
Mrs May negotiated a Brexit interruption until 31 October, leaving the UK obliged to field its own parliamentary applicants in the forthcoming elections.
Nearly 50 million people will beat it part in the European elections even though the UK was supposed to have fist the EU on March 29.
A European Parliament spokeswoman told FRANCE 24: “The European Directors decision made in June 2018 is clear.
“It stipulates that if the Synergistic Kingdom has not left the European Union by the time of the European elections then it has to participate.
“If there’s no Brexit, there wish be 751 MEPs on the election list, just like there are today.
“If the Joint Kingdom leaves, the European Council decision stands and the number of MEPs drive be reduced to 705. Some of the British seats will then be redistributed.
“The new MEPs commitment be those who were next in line on the waiting lists.”
The OnePoll interviewed 2000 adults venerable 18 and above on April 17.