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Poll: Are you worried about a no-deal Brexit?

Contingency plans are being made in the event of such a scenario.

Police officers scuffle with pro-Brexit demonstrators at Trafalgar Square, London, yesterday.
Police officers scuffle with pro-Brexit demonstrators at Trafalgar Square, London, yesterday.
Image: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire/PA Images

PREPARATIONS ARE BEING made at British, Irish and European level for a no-deal Brexit, in case an agreement is not reached ahead of the official withdrawal date of 29 March.

British Prime Minister Theresa May and her team are making last-ditch efforts to get support for the draft Withdrawal Agreement her government has struck with the European Union, ahead of a crucial House of Commons vote on Tuesday.

May has, so far, resisted calls to hold a second referendum or attempt to postpone Britain’s withdrawal from the EU.

Concerns have been raised about the potential impact of a no-deal Brexit in terms of Northern Ireland, trade and several other issues.

We want to know: Are you worried about a no-deal Brexit?


Poll Results:

Yes (5947)
No (4049)
I'm not sure (777)



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