Most Britons back staying in European Union

Theresa May’s ‘secret Brexit deal’ with EU

Channel 4 Poll: Britons Would Back 'Remain' in New Brexit Vote

But talks over Britain's withdrawal terms remain stuck due to a dispute over the Irish border, and the outlines of a potential deal taking shape look little like what the leave camp promised two years ago.

This could give mainland Britain some scope to set trade rules while keeping the province of Northern Ireland aligned with the EU.

The Channel 4 poll also revealed a national split over the prospect of Brexit triggering the break-up of the United Kingdom: 44% of respondents said they were very or quite concerned about the possibility of Northern Ireland leaving the United Kingdom, while 42% were not very or not at all concerned.

Ms McDonald was speaking to the media after it emerged that Leo Varadkar told UK Prime Minister Theresa May in a phone conversation that he was willing to consider proposals for a review clause in any backstop plan.

Hopes of a breakthrough have risen in the last week after it emerged the European Union has proposed a new UK-wide customs arrangement in addition to a backstop or insurance policy in relation to the Irish border.

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Lidington also said London would stand by the written commitments it had already made on the backstop, which include the agreement that it would apply unless and until a better solution is found.

The EU agreed to a compromise on the backstop agreement to keep the border between Northern Ireland and Ireland last week, signalling they would accept keeping the whole of the United Kingdom in a customs union until both sides sign up to a deal that would prevent the need for a hard border.

Justice Secretary David Gauke warned that a no-deal Brexit would be bad for the UK.

Though inflation leaped to "exceptional levels" of over 6%, only 1 in 5 "Leave" voters stated they would amend their vote.

However, if these Brexiteers are not convinced that the customs union is only a temporary measure they would nearly certainly rebel.

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Mrs May is said to continue to be pushing for a Canada-style free trade deal with the EU.

Remain would win a new Brexit poll by 54 per cent to 46 per cent, according to analysis of one of the largest surveys carried out on the issue.

Britain would remain in a temporary customs union with the EU, avoiding a hard Irish border, as part of a new deal being thrashed out between London and Brussels, according to a Sunday Times report.

The authors of the survey in a communiqué, claim, "We now estimate that the United Kingdom would vote to stay in the European Union by a majority of 54% of the votes against 46%" in favour of leaving.

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