Switch to the dark mode that's kinder on your eyes at night time.

Switch to the light mode that's kinder on your eyes at day time.

Switch to the dark mode that's kinder on your eyes at night time.

Switch to the light mode that's kinder on your eyes at day time.

in

UK polls tracker: Huge blow for Corbyn & Jo Swinson as approval rates PLUMMET over Brexit – Express.co.uk, Express.co.uk

UK polls tracker: Huge blow for Corbyn & Jo Swinson as approval rates PLUMMET over Brexit – Express.co.uk, Express.co.uk


JEREMY CORBYN’S approval rating is plummeting based on his handling of Brexit, the latest opinion polls show, but how would Labor fare if a general election was held now?

Despite the confusion over Brexit and the ongoing legal debate over Boris Johnson’s prorogation of Parliament, the Conservative Party are still maintaining a 15 point lead over the opposition, according to the latest opinion polls. The Conservative vote remains at 37 percent, according to a poll undertaken by Opinium between September 19 and 20, with Labor in second with 22 percent. The Liberal Democrats take third place with 17 percent, followed by the Brexit Party with 12 percent, SNPs and Green Party with four percent each, UKIP with two percent and Plaid Cymru with one percent.

However, it is the approval ratings which paint the picture of how the public is feeling about Brexit.

According to the Opinium poll of 2, 004 UK adults, disapproval of opposition leaders’ handling of Brexit has risen since last week.

Boris Johnson’s disapproval rating decreased by three percent compared to an Opinium poll taken on September 11, from 43 percent to 41 percent.

Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn’s approval rate plummeted three percent, from 17 percent to (percent.) **************

Read More:Labor MEP warns of more ‘years of wrangling’ if no deal delivered

UK polls tracker

UK polls tracker: Jeremy Corbyn’s approval rating has plummeted(Image: GETTY)

His disapproval rating as of September 19 stands at 63 percent.

Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson’s disapproval rating has dramatically risen, from 28 percent at the beginning of September to 43 percent on September 19.

The reason for this may lie in her seeking a Final Say referendum on whether the UK should accept any Brexit outcome.

Ms Swinson has also pledged to revoke Article 50, should the Liberal Democrats win a general election.

Read More:Swinson exudes the stale odor of rotten remainers, says LEO McKINSTRY

UK polls tracker

UK polls tracker: Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson says if her party wins an election they would revoke Article 50(Image: GETTY)

Appearing on Good Morning Britain, Ms Swinson was shown a video of former Liberal Democrat leader Paddy Ashdown before the 2016 referendum result was announced saying: “I will forgive no one who does not accept the sovereign voice of the British people once it has spoken, whether it is by one per cent or by 25 per cent.

In response, Ms Swinson said: “We had that referendum three and a half years ago and the government has gone away and taken the result of that referendum and negotiated what that will mean for the British public.

“What is on offer today bears no resemblance to what was said in the 2016 referendum campaign.

“We are still campaigning for a People’s Vote. We believe a referendum is the best way to get clarity, to get a resolution of this current gridlock and Brexit impasse.

(Read More:Brexit betrayal: Lib Dems plan to shelve UK’s £ 100 million plans

UK polls tracker

UK polls tracker: Mr Corbyn is facing pressure from his party on where they stand on Brexit(Image: GETTY)

“But it does look like it may be that a general election will be upon us an in that general election – that democratic process – the Liberal Democrats will campaign to stop Brexit.”

Labor will vote to decide its strategy on Brexit after the party appeared severely divided on its stance over the weekend.

Mr Corbyn is facing increasing pressure from party members and even some of his top team to unequivocally back remaining in the EU and their defiance triggered a vote between two options on Monday.

The party will decide on whether Labor should be neutral before a new election, which is generally expected to come by the end of 2019, or whether the party should declare a Remain stance immediately.

Brave Browser
Read More
Payeer

What do you think?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

GIPHY App Key not set. Please check settings

Video shows 5-year-old girl rescued from underneath NYC subway after surviving father's death – NBC News, NBC News

Video shows 5-year-old girl rescued from underneath NYC subway after surviving father's death – NBC News, NBC News

Obesity not caused by lack of willpower – psychologists – BBC News, BBC News

Obesity not caused by lack of willpower – psychologists – BBC News, BBC News

Back to Top
close

Log In

Forgot password?

Forgot password?

Enter your account data and we will send you a link to reset your password.

Your password reset link appears to be invalid or expired.

Log in

Privacy Policy

To use social login you have to agree with the storage and handling of your data by this website. %privacy_policy%

Add to Collection

No Collections

Here you'll find all collections you've created before.

Hey Friend! Before You Go…

Get the best viral stories straight into your inbox before everyone else!

Don't worry, we don't spam

Close
Close