A new online poll released on Saturday, 11th June 2016, shows that majority of Britons will vote to leave the European Union. Britons who favour leaving the EU pulled ahead by 10 points of the Remain camp.

The survey was conducted online by ORB. Out of the 2,000 people who voted, 55 percent believe the U.K. should leave the European Union, up four points since  the last poll in April, while 45 percent want it to remain (down four points), according to  the Independent.

These figures are reviewed taking into account the people’s likelihood to vote in the June 23 referendum. It is by far the biggest lead the Leave camp has enjoyed since ORB began polling the EU issue for The Independent a year ago, the newspaper said. It was Remain who enjoyed a 10-point lead then. Now the tables have turned.

BaretaNews predicts that if the UK leaves the EU, it will give more grounds for Scotland to follow suit. The UK will have no moral authority to hold Scotland. This might engineer the leaving of  Catalonia from Spain and eventual disintegration of the EU

God is still saying something.

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