The public's views on Brexit remain mixed. The Yougov poll gives 36 to 44% for those wanting to exit the EU whilst the most recent Observer / Opinium has the figures at 48 to37% - practically reversed. If you average the two you get 42 to 40.5. Which is where I think the reality lies; the answer depends on the slant of the question, and voters may be trying to tell the pollsters something that they're not asking.
The finding that rings true is that only 18% of voters - fewer than one in five - believe that Cameron can successfully renegotiate the UK's membership rules.
Meanwhile, the drunken Walt Herr Juncker gets a slamming in the Mail for drinking cognac at breakfast; whilst the Mail imagines that this disqualifies him as our next President, surely it's essential for this fool to remain permanently inebriated if he is to continue in his away-with-the-fairies beliefs?