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A referendum on 5 June, triggered by a 100,000-strong petition, will determine whether the country transforms its welfare state with a monthly no-obligations cash handout available to all.
Against the Trumpification of politics.
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If you take out the effect of the drift towards phone polling, the last month has seen an improvement in the Remain vote of just 1 per cent.
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