Lithuanian ambassador in UK: Don't believe polls on victory for euroskeptics

The latest opinion polls on Britain‘s Brexit showing that the Leave campaign are leading are not necessarily a reflection of the actual situation on the ground, according Lithuania's Ambassador in London, Asta Skaisgirytė.

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