An opinion poll conducted on behalf of Tony Blair shows 56% of people think Brexit must mean Brexit.
75% of people think our immigration policy is too lax and just 4% think our borders are too secure, according to the Luntz Global Partners research for Blair’s Institute for Global Change.
Most people were in favour of a “hard Brexit”, with 41% wanting a clean break – just 21% wanted a second referendum.
So how then could Blair sit in front of the cameras and say it was “absolutely necessary” that Brexit doesn’t happen and that “public opinion is moving on it”?
Could it be that he was lying? Not Tony, surely?