21-08-15

British voters believe there will be a second EU referendum if 'No' vote wins

cep still believes it is unlikely that British Prime Minister David Cameron will be able to push through major reforms of the European Union in the talks with his EU peers

Cameron still unsure when to hold referendum

According to a new poll by YouGov, 41 per cent of voters think if Britain votes to leave the EU in a referendum, it's likely there would be a second referendum after further negotiations with the EU. British Prime Minister David Cameron recently announced he will stage another round of meetings with EU leaders this autumn that will be critical to determining whether he can go ahead with a referendum next year or should instead wait until 2017. The cep still believes it is unlikely that Cameron will be able to push through major changes in the talks with his EU peers.