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Latest YouGov poll reveals support for Brexit up to 48%, Remain 39%

The latest YouGov poll, done for its Eurotrack survey, sh0ws that support for Brexit is 9 points ahead of Remain.  Guardian readers who believe the paper’s twisting of the facts will receive a God Almighty shock.    48% want Brexit, with only 39% wanting the EU.  

Breitbart reports:   Fieldwork carried out by YouGov for its regular EuroTrack survey found that, among a weighted sample of 1,692 adults, some 48 per cent said they would prefer Britain goes ahead with Brexit, compared with only 39 per cent who said they would still prefer to stay in the bloc. Continue reading

Europe is dying, weep the Italians

Italy is bearing the worst of the never ending flood of immigration, particularly from Africa.  Italians are pleading with the EU to listen and do something about the non-stop torrent of immigrants from other countries, because they simply cannot cope with the numbers.

The Express reported:  A furious Italian politician has declared “Europe is dying” over Brussels’ handing of the migrant crisis.  Luigi Di Maio, MP for the Five Star Movement, made the staggering claim as refugees continue to arrive in Italy in large numbers.  Continue reading

Boris in Africa: As Gambia rejoins the Commonweath, his prediction proved right

Turbocharged Boris Johnson is on his way to West Africa,  and he will start his visit today in The Gambia, where he will meet new President Adama Barrow and visit the British-funded Medical Research Council, said the Foreign Office.  The Foreign Secretary was excited to announce that Gambia is about to rejoin the Commonwealth.borisafricaBoris Johnson’s trip is a first since the country won independence from Britain in 1965. “I’m delighted to be the first foreign secretary to visit Gambia this week,”  he said in a statement on Monday.  Gambia is the fourth country to return to the Commonwealth after leaving it, following South Africa, Pakistan and Fiji and Boris pointed out that “Global Britain is growing in influence and activity around the world.” Continue reading