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The British “Independent” website recently reported that a poll showed that nearly two-thirds of Britons support a referendum on rejoining the European Union two years after the UK left the European Union.

The poll showed that 65% of Britons thought there should be a referendum on rejoining the European Union, up from 55% a year ago, with 22% saying it should be held immediately, while those opposed to the referendum rose from 1. The previous year’s 32% fell to the current 24%. In addition, 54% of people think that Britain’s “Brexit” was the wrong decision, up from 46% a year ago. Fifty-six percent think Brexit has made the UK economy worse, up from 44 percent a year ago. The proportion of people who believe that “Brexit” has weakened the UK’s global influence and made the UK’s ability to control its own borders has risen to 50%.

On June 23, 2016, the United Kingdom held a referendum on “whether to leave the European Union”. About 52% of the voters supported “Brexit”. After lengthy negotiations, the UK and the EU completed the “Brexit” procedures in January 2020, and then entered an 11-month transition period. At the end of 2020, they reached an agreement on future relations with trade as the core, completing the real “Brexit”. “. From January 1, 2021, the UK will withdraw from the European single market and the EU customs union.

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