A majority of Labour supporters voted Remain, and many of those surveyed said they would switch to the Lib Dems if they offered a second referendum [Image: PA].

A majority of Labour supporters voted Remain, and many of those surveyed said they would switch to the Lib Dems if they offered a second referendum [Image: PA].

If this is accurate, people have very short memories. Or are stupid. Or both.

The Liberal Democrats could beat Labour at the next general election because of their pledge to hold a second EU referendum, a new poll suggests.

A survey by YouGov found that the Liberals would surge to second place on the back of disaffected Remain voters if they were the only party offering  second referendum.

The survey found that if all the parties except the Lib Dems said they would press ahead with Brexit, the Lib Dems would gain 22 per cent of the vote, while Labour would score just 19 per cent.

Source: Lib Dems could beat Labour with votes of disaffected Remain voters, poll finds | The Independent

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