Has the High Court ruling put a snap election back on the table?

  Today, the High Court has delivered the landmark ruling on the legal challenge to Article 50, and the Government has lost.   This is of great significance both constitutionally and politically, and could have wide-reaching ramifications for the timing of the UK’s exit from the EU. Despite arguments by the Government that the making and …

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EURef Round-up: Results still uncertain with two days to go

  Of the three new polls published last night, the research from NatCen adopted a new methodological approach, testing a new approach to polling that was recommended by the inquiry into the performance of the opinion polls in last year’s General Election. While conducted primarily over the internet, respondents were selected for interview at random …

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