Find all the latest news and expert analysis of the EU referendum in the UK. Breaking stories, opinion poll results and comment on the vote. Britons would vote to Remain if the EU referendum were to be held today, a poll suggests. A survey for The Mirror found that if the EU. Across all countries in YouGov's latest Eurotrack survey, Turkey was the country the most people thought should not be allowed to join the EU (Comments: 33).
Polls show England still divided over EU exit referendum
Latest referendum polls - today
An average of the last six polls by Professor John Curtice, who was the only pollster to correctly predict the outcome of last year's General Election, suggests a four-point win for Remain. But the outcome could also depend on whether Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has managed to win over traditional party supporters in seats such as Sefton, in Merseyside. Millions of pounds have already been gambled on the outcome. A local resident leaves after casting his vote in a bus being used as a temporary polling station in Hull on Humberside. Recounts and legal wrangling will loom if we still do not know who has won.
Latest referendum polls - wurde
But there has been a steady closing of the gap in independence polls since Theresa May suggested that Britain is heading for a hard Brexit. The poll also found A polling station has been told to take down England flags after voters complained they could sway people in favour of Brexit. Voting got under way at 7am in a ballot which could itself trigger a second vote on Scottish independence if the UK votes to leave. Dashcam captures dramatic moment quick-thinking lorry Most of the polls over the last fortnight have shown leave with a small lead. Paperwork also suggests being 'polite and courteous' at all times to avoid police suspicion and if challenged they must 'comply with their legal requests without exception'. Both posters got a huge cheer and round of applause. Accompanied by husband and SNP chief executive Peter Latest referendum polls at Broomhouse Community Hall in Glasgow, Scotland's First Minister greeted voters at the polling station and posed for pictures. Can we say then that leave is now definitely on course to win? Kingston Council also shut the polling station at the Shiraz Mirza community hall in Malden Manor, telling voters to roulette table tips head to the Lawrence Avenue Children's Centre. Context On November 5th, Europe Minister David Lidington announced that David Cameron would write to European Council President Donald Tusk on November 11th, finally setting out specific demands for his EU renegotiation.