Layla Moran in Parliament.

Liberal Democrat MP Layla Moran reckons British people are turning against Brexit, and want the whole thing to go away.

You can read her comments in the Evening Standard story linked below.

They provide the perfect opportunity for a poll, with a simple question:

Most people in Britain are quietly wishing someone would just make Brexit stop, according to a Liberal Democrat MP.

Layla Moran argued that “most of the population” now wished Brexit could be halted, claiming that is “doable”.

The remarks by the Oxford West and Abingdon MP, elected to the Commons in June, come after Conservative MP Anna Soubry said the British public have more power to stop Brexit than MPs.

Source: Most Brits are quietly wishing someone would ‘just make Brexit stop’, says Lib Dem MP | London Evening Standard


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