Brexit - Tide Continues To Turn as 2.6 Million Switch to Remain

2.6 Million Leave Voters have abandoned support for Brexit since the Referendum, in a deep study carried out by data analysis experts Focaldata.

And Labour voters are driving the shift.

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The data will add to the debate about whether the country now needs a new referendum, with millions having second thoughts about their Leave vote amid growing fears about Britain crashing out of the EU without a deal.

It comes as Conservative divisions over Brexit deepened, with Theresa May attempting to slap down Boris Johnson after he wrote another article attacking her approach.

The about-face even includes North East Somerset and Uxbridge and South Ruislip - the constituencies of arch Hard Brexiter's Jacob Rees-Mogg and Boris Johnson

In total, it concluded that 2.6 million Leave voters have switched their support to Remain - while 970,000 have moved the other way – a net gain for the pro-EU side of 1.6 million.

It signals even more that Labour's Jeremy Corbyn needs to grab this opportunity to back a People's Vote.