Support for Theresa May's Brexit deal among Leave voters isn't particularly high, the YouGov poll said.
Tory critics insist the motion in the vote effectively means the PM is abandoning a no-deal Brexit option.
Some species of mould can produce toxins that are known to have adverse effects in humans as well as in animals.
According to the Daily Mail, Theresa May told Cabinet Ministers that she scraped the mould off jam rather than throwing away the jar.
Olly Robbins, Theresa May's chief EU adviser, was reportedly heard suggesting MPs will face a choice between accepting the Prime Minister's Brexit deal or a long delay.
A YouGov poll using the same method that correctly predicted the outcome of the 2017 election quizzed more than 40,000 people to see what would happen if Britain went back to the polls.
It was reported that a reference to a second Brexit referendum was removed from Jeremy Corbyn's letter to the prime minister at the last minute.
Lord Kerslake said Britain is heading for a "blindfold" break which will lead to years of wrangling with Brussels.
Britain is unprepared for a no-deal Brexit because the Government thinks spending money on something that might not happen would be more unpopular than the fallout from a chaotic exit, a civil servant has revealed. The official, who chose to remain anonymous, unveiled a damning picture of the UK’s readiness to leave without a deal in The Guardian. The civil servant said that Operation Yellowhammer, the official Government term for no deal preparations, ‘hasn’t really got going yet’, despite the UK being set to leave the EU in less than 60 days.
Wildlife charities say grey squirrels risk being euthanised if new EU regulations are brought in before Brexit.
A group of MPs and government officials has been set up to find a solution to the Northern Irish backstop problem.
MPs are set to vote on a series of amendments to Theresa May's Brexit plan in the Commons on Tuesday.
The prime minister is being urged to alter her plan for EU withdrawal from MPs on both sides of the Brexit debate.
The amendments to May’s Brexit statement are like a collection of twitching corpses. Wherever you look - in the no-deal Brexiter ranks, in the ERG, in the DUP, in the People’s Vote, in the Cooper-and-Boles club, things are appalling and lifeless and inadequate. Yvette Cooper’s amendment looked like a smart, well-thought-through measure to prevent no-deal.
The prime minister faces a flurry of fresh challenges in Parliament over her Brexit deal.
The prime minister will address MPs in the Commons on Monday afternoon about her plans for her Brexit withdrawal deal.
It’s hard to imagine any two political figures behaving with less conviction or decency than Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn this week. Instead, she appeared only interested in using the talks for short-term political advantage. A Downing Street statement was arranged for just hours after her invite, seemingly with the sole intention of pointing out to people that Corbyn had not attended yet.
The Prime Minister reached out to opposition leaders to reach a consensus on Brexit.