Nigel Farage will be hosting a Pro-Brexit rally in Bournemouth Next Monday, in an attempt to boost support for the ‘Leave Means Leave’ campaign.
Farage, the Vice Chairman of the organisation, will be joined by the Founder and Chairman of Wetherspoons, Tim Martin, and the leader of the Labour Leave initiative Brendan Chilton.
Join @LeaveMnsLeave for our Save Brexit Tour in Torquay, Bournemouth, Gateshead and Harrogate.
— Leave Means Leave (@LeaveMnsLeave) October 8, 2018
Alongside these prominent Brexiteers will be Bournemouth West MP Conor Burns. This is following his recent claims there ‘is no evidence’ the people of Britain have changed their mind about the Brexit negotiations. Burns also spoke at the recent BrexitCentral Rally this past week.
The news of Farage’s impending arrival has divided the people of Bournemouth. Whilst some have taken a negative standpoint against Brexit…
Others are keeping an open mind with the negotiations, siding with research rather than emotion.
Brexit in Numbers:
Since winning the Referendum in 2016, support for the leave campaign has dropped off. Followers of the Brexit campaign want to revitalise this same level of power that put the initiative in place.
A YouGov poll published in The Economist gave readers the option to vote on a second referendum using the traditional First Past The Post system. It found that 43% voted for remain and therefore this Pro-Brexit regime would fall through.
Further YouGov research also found that since August 2016, there has been a 6% increase in the number of people who believe we were wrong to leave the EU.
72% of people thought Brexit negotiations were going badly, and within that, 55% thought the EU had the upper-hand when discussing our apparent dismissal from the European Union. A full report can be found here.