We’ll NEVER go back! Rejoiners’ dreams torn apart in poll – UK won’t return to EU

Brexit: Lord Adonis says UK ‘could rejoin the EU’

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Readers voted in our online poll on whether the UK would one day rejoin the EU. A huge 87 percent of respondents (32,844 people) said no, while just 10 percent (3,642 people) said yes. Some three percent (1,256 people) said they did not know.

Commenting on the poll, one reader said: “No regrets never never to return to the EU.”

Another wrote: “Voted out, and we need to stay out forever!”

A third commented: “Brexit all the way. Then and now!”

Another said: “Voted leave, would vote leave again if it was ever needed.”

A fifth added: “We won’t be rejoining. What for and besides there won’t be an EU to rejoin thankfully.”

One more predicted: “The EU will not be around for much longer.”

Our poll comes as the UK marks the fifth anniversary of the historic Brexit referendum.

Boris Johnson, who spearheaded the Vote Leave campaign, said the country had voted five years ago to “take back control of our destiny”.

The Prime Minister said: “This Government got Brexit done and we’ve already reclaimed our money, laws, borders and waters.

“Now as we recover from this pandemic, we will seize the true potential of our regained sovereignty to unite and level up our whole United Kingdom.

“With control over our regulations and subsidies, and with freeports driving new investment, we will spur innovation, jobs and renewal across every part of our country.

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“The decision to leave the EU may now be part of our history, but our clear mission is to utilise the freedoms it brings to shape a better future for our people.”

Meanwhile, former Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage called for June 23 to be made a national holiday.

Mr Farage tweeted: “5 years ago today the British people rejected the establishment and voted for independence.

“It should become a national holiday, our Independence Day.”

The UK voted to leave the EU by 52 percent to 48 percent in the 2016 referendum.

And Britain finally cut ties with Brussels on December 31 2020 – 47 years after joining the trading bloc.

Express.co.uk polled 37,742 people between June 18 and June 22.

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