Denis_Cooper 5pts Off-topic, I'm glad to see that Open Europe has updated its "NEED TO KNOW TODAY" pi-chart:http://openeurope.org.uk/today/open-europe-alert/However once again that opinion poll has to be treated with considerable caution.The Press Release:http://www.natcen.ac.uk/news-media/press-releases/2016/november/voters-want-uk-to-stay-in-the-eu-single-market-but-be-able-to-control-immigration/is headlined:"Votes want UK to stay in the EU single market but be able to control immigration"and claims:"Almost everyone (90%) supports remaining part of the European single market, regardless of how they voted in the EU referendum, according to a new report published today by NatCen Social Research."And this is despite John Curtice saying in his commentary:http://whatukthinks.org/eu/what-do-voters-want-from-brexit/"Devising survey questions about Brexit is not easy. The terrain is littered with technical terms such as ‘single market’, ‘free trade’, ‘customs union’, ‘freedom of movement’ and ‘passporting’. We should not assume that all voters necessarily have a firm grasp of these concepts. As you will see from the paper, we have deliberately avoided the use of such terms, though doubtless readers will have their own view on the merits of our attempts to describe some of these ideas in everyday language."So having deliberately avoided asking respondents about the "single market", as they do:http://whatukthinks.org/eu/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Analysis-paper-9-Appendix-What-do-voters-want-from-Brexit.pdftheir press office immediately contradicts that by saying that almost everyone supports staying in it.