Ukip misspent almost half a million pounds of EU funding on trying to win the Brexit vote and elect MPs, a leaked Brussels audit has found. Nigel Farage’s party broke spending rules by diverting taxpayers’ cash to its own polling ahead of the EU referendum and in key target constituencies for last year’s general election. EU funding is meant to be spent on a party’s activities at a European level, not on financing domestic campaigns.
Poll and Betting Mistakes Mean Britain’s EU Referendum Is No Safe Bet.
Britons would vote to Remain if the EU referendum were to be held today, a poll suggests. A survey for The Mirror found that if the EU referendum were held again, 51 per cent would vote for Remain and 49 per cent would vote for Brexit.
A survey out of Germany found 70 percent in the nation want tighter borders, and almost half want a referendum about participation in the European Union. Angle Merkel in Trouble as 70 Percent of Germans Want Tighter Borders PAMELAGELLER.COM