The Liberal Democrats’ sole (current) leadership candidate, Vince Cable, has said he doesn’t think Brexit will happen.

Of course, the Lib Dems set themselves up as the Party of Remain – but that resulted in a huge defeat at the general election. The party has less than a dozen MPs.

But a steady stream of Brexit-sceptic news stories, coupled with concern over the outcome of negotiations on the UK’s departure from the EU and revelations that Leave campaigners lied to – or at least misled – us, has arguably led to a change of heart by the UK electorate.

So it is time for a poll!

Bear in mind that the results will be unscientific – I cannot ‘weight’ the responses in the way polling companies do (although the accuracy of such weightings is arguable). Feel free to share this article with as many friends who have an opinion on the subject as possible, if you think a wider sample of the electorate will be more representative.

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