Listen to the people, Cameron.
Britain is marching towards the EU exit door today after eight out of 10 people voted to leave in a historic poll.
The biggest vote on this countryâ€™s ties to ÂBrussels for 40 years saw 80 per cent say they no longer want to be in Europe, the ÂDaily Express can reveal.
Some 14,581 people voted â€“ 11,706 of them want the UK to quit compared with 2,725 who want to remain part of the EU.
The mini-referendum â€“ the first on the issue since 1975 â€“ was organised by two senior Tory backbenchers and a prospective Tory MP.
They believe the overwhelming result, which will be presented to David Cameron today, will force him to bring forward his planned in-or-out vote on the UKâ€™s future in Europe to next year instead of 2017.
I wouldn’t sit up all night watching the results like I did during the Scotland Out Yes/No vote. The results wouldn’t be that shocking.
A useless currency and a library’s worth of insipid rules. For what benefit?
F-U to the EU