One year countdown to Brexit - how would you vote now?

How would vote in the Brexit referendum if it were held again? Picture: STEFAN ROUSSEAU/PA Wire

How would vote in the Brexit referendum if it were held again? Picture: STEFAN ROUSSEAU/PA Wire - Credit: PA

As the one year countdown to Brexit begins today we would like to know how you would vote if you were heading to the ballot box today.

More than 30 million people, almost 72% of those registered to vote, turned out to have their say on whether the UK should leave the European Union in the big referendum on Thursday, June 23, 2016.

Leave won the vote by 51.9% to 48.1% meaning the UK is set to break from the EU at 11pm on Friday March 29, 2019.

Since the vote, the UK and EU have been discussing issues around much the UK owes the EU, the future of the Northern Ireland border and the status of UK citizens living abroad.

We would like to know whether you would still vote the same way if the referendum was held again today? Let us know in our poll.


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