Twice as many voters want Britain to quit the EU without a deal than back Theresa May’s Brexit plan, a shock Mirror poll has revealed.
An exclusive ComRes survey shows 39% think the Prime Minister “should accept a no deal and the UK simply leave the EU”.
Just 20% believe she should press ahead with her Chequers plans for a soft Brexit.
The results are the latest hammer blow to Mrs May’s EU withdrawal strategy, which triggered the resignations of Brexit Secretary David Davis and Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.
The chaos has handed Labour a four-point lead over the Tories.
An Opinium/Observer poll had Jeremy Corbyn’s party on 40% with the Conservatives trailing on 36% – a six-point plunge since early June.
Mrs May on Sunday revealed Donald Trump urged her to “sue the EU” as she prepared to negotiate Brexit.
The PM, who watched the men’s final at Wimbledon, told the BBC: “He told me I should sue the EU. Not go into negotiation, sue them.”