As jubilant Verhofstadt mocks Brexit saying it was a "con," Brian Cox calls for the reversal of referendum vote.

As jubilant Verhofstadt mocks Brexit saying it was a “con,” Brian Cox calls for the reversal of referendum vote.

As jubilant Verhofstadt mocks Brexit saying it was a “con,” Brian Cox calls for the reversal of referendum

After a survey revealed that 41% of Brexit supporters considered it a success, Brian Cox said that Brexit “has failed” and needs to be “unwound.”

Professor of particle physics at the University of Manchester made the statement after a study revealed that just one-third of those who supported Brexit believe it to be a success two years later.

Prof. Cox commented on Twitter that although leaving the EU has advantages, it has been complicated by the state of the world economy and current affairs.

“Political challenge is now how to unwind it.”

The UK’s GDP decreased by 5.5 percent in the second quarter of this year, according to a study. Mr. Verhofstadt has derided this decline and called leaving the EU a “con.”

“Taxes up,” the Belgian MEP remarked. “Pay down. An economy 5.5% smaller..all thanks to #Brexit.”

“Is this the future British people voted for? or was Brexit a con?”

Following a YouGov survey conducted for the Times that revealed 41% of Leave supporters believe Brexit has been worse than they anticipated during the 2016 referendum, Cox and Mr. Verhofstadt made their remarks.

Only 24% of respondents thought Brexit had hurt Britain’s standing in the world, 34% said it had hurt the economy, and 41% said it had hurt immigration.

Even while just 20% of voters think the Brexit referendum was a good idea, fewer than half of voters, or 47%, would overturn the decision.

According to pollster John Curtice, the number of individuals who voted to leave the EU in 2016 was declining due to ageing and being replaced by younger people, most of whom believe Brexit was a terrible decision.

Very few voters under the age of 24 believe that Brexit was a wise decision.

Iain Duncan Smith, a well-known Leave supporter and Tory MP, said the outcomes demonstrated that more needed to be done by the government to benefit from Brexit.

4 thoughts on “As jubilant Verhofstadt mocks Brexit saying it was a “con,” Brian Cox calls for the reversal of referendum vote.

  1. Verhofstadt is a person of no consequence in regard to UK politics.
    Doubtless concerned for his own financial future and the fallout from the all encompassing scandals surrounding the biggest con, that, which is known as the EU parliament.

  2. Codswallop! More sour grapes from The professor of woke. I don’t t know anyone who regrets Brexit…and Verhofstadt, child of Hitler? Who cares what he thinks?!!

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