Poll: Who Will Win This Summer’s Cricket Test Series Between Pakistan And England? | June 2016

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Pakistan will be touring England this summer for the first time since 2010, and will face the international side in four Investec Test Matches in the second half of the summer. Lord’s will host the opening clash in England’s four-match Investec Test series against Pakistan with Emirates Old Trafford, Edgbaston and The Kia Oval all set for the Investec Test Matches against Pakistan.

Test Series Tour Dates
Thursday 14th July until Monday 18th July – 1st Investec Test at Lord’s Cricket Ground
Friday 22th July until Tuesday 26th July – 2nd Investec Test at Emirates Old Trafford
Wednesday 3 July until Sunday 7th August – 3rd Investec Test at Edgbaston
Thursday 11th August until Monday 15th August – 4th Investec Test at Kia Oval

With two wins and a draw for Pakistan in the three test matches against England last autumn, will they be able to continue their form against the hosts, or will England overcome The Green Shirts and win the series?


Who Will Win This Summer's Cricket Test Series Between Pakistan And England?

  • Pakistan (75%)
  • England (25%)
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Poll: Would Brexit Benefit Or Cripple The UK Economy? | May 2016

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With the EU referendum less than 2 months away, campaigns for leaving, and campaigns for staying with the EU are ramping up their efforts. Many factors will be affecting people’s decision on June 23rd, but would opting for “Brexit” damage the UK’s economy?

Earlier this year, YEN ran a poll to gauge the general consensus of the people of Yorkshire. The results were close, split 41%, 38% and 21% between staying, leaving and being undecided respectively. These views were from several months ago before the referendum date was announced, has your opinion changed now?


Would Brexit Benefit Or Cripple The UK Economy?

  • Stronger In - We need to stay with the EU to move forward (64%)
  • Stronger Out - The UK economy would be stronger if we left (36%)
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