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Give us EU poll

SEVEN out of ten Brits want a referendum on pulling out of the EU.

Most voters also see Brussels as corrupt, unfair and out of touch.

And they say Britain gets a raw deal from Europe.

The poll, by ComRes, showed three in four believe UK politicians do not stand up for Britain in Brussels. And the same proportion say the EU is out of touch.

Some 65 per cent say they feel the UK “gets an unfair deal” and “we play by the rules but nobody else does”.

Most people say the EU stops Britain having its own immigration policy.

And more than eight in ten say EU law should not over-ride British law.

George West, chairman of the Campaign for an Independent Britain, said: “No amount of EU brainwashing will ever win over the hearts and minds of British people.”



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