Most Brits no longer care what sort of Brexit the country gets or when it happens – they simply want the Government to get on with it.
With the issue of leaving the EU still dominating UK politics, it seems voters have had enough of the talking, and just want action.
According to Delta Poll, six out of ten Brits agreed that they no longer care how or when we leave – they just want it over and done with.
That feeling rises to 75% of all Leavers, according to the survey of 2,047 British adults.
The results come as SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon challenged Theresa May to set out her ‘plan B’ for Brexit in advance of talks between the two leaders.
Scotland’s First Minister warned against the ‘scare tactics’ of talking up a no-deal Brexit scenario before a meeting with the Prime Minister in Edinburgh.
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Ms Sturgeon said two key tests must be met by Mrs May in the Brexit negotiations before the October European Council.
A withdrawal agreement for an orderly transition must be secured as well as a detailed statement on the future relationship between the UK and the EU agreed to avoid a ‘blind Brexit’, she said.
Ms Sturgeon also called for ‘constructive and genuine’ engagement with the Scottish Government following a report by a committee of MPs which criticised UK Government engagement with the devolved administrations.
Mrs May still insists that Brexit can result in a brighter future for the whole UK.
Speaking ahead of her visit to Scotland, the Prime Minister said: ‘As we leave the EU, the UK Government is working in partnership with business, academia and the devolved administrations to create more good jobs and spread economic prosperity across the country.
‘By making the most of our country’s assets and the talents of all of our people, we can build a brighter future for the whole UK.’