EU in or out?

10th May 2016

EU in or out?

We were pleased to be sponsors of the EU in or out debate yesterday evening.  The event was hosted by Susie Fowler-Watt and guest speakers were; Iain Duncan Smith and Tim Martin for Exit and Lord Deben and Jonathan Knight for Remain.

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Prior to the Q&A we did a poll. The results changed dramatically:

Before:
40% said they wanted to Remain

36% said they wanted to Leave

24% said Don’t know.

After:
52% said they wanted to Leave

36% said they wanted to Remain

and 12% were still in the Don’t know camp.

If you are sitting on the fence, or would like to see the Q&A you can see the full video here

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