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There is massive public support for 'Hard Brexit'

• YouGov: 47% of Britons want a 'hard' Brexit • Support falls to 24% among 18-24 year olds A new poll has shows there is widespread support for a "hard" Brexit over the "soft" version. Forty-seven percent of those polled by YouGov said that they would opt for the more severe version, in which Britain leaves the European single market in order to regain full control over immigration.
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