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Spanish MEP Hermann Tertsch had warned that a number of EU member states were becoming increasingly Eurosceptic, following attempts by the bloc to deepen integration. He also warned that if officials did not change their “we will have more exits” approach. Anti-European sentiment has grown in the Netherlands in recent weeks, but Prime Minister Mark Rutte is determined to avoid an exit from the Netherlands.

The far-right Eurosceptic party PVV, led by Geert Wilders, is the second largest party in the Netherlands, and it called for a referendum on the Netherlands joining the EU, while congratulating the Great -Brittany for having had the courage to leave the block.

Mr Wilders had previously said the EU fears Brexit because officials don’t want other nations to follow suit and decide to leave the bloc.

Now, in the latest poll, the Netherlands has been flagged as the next country to leave the EU.

The poll, which ran from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Monday, March 15, asked: “Which nation do you think will be next to follow the UK and leave the bloc?”

Brexit News: The Netherlands has been called to become the next country to leave the EU (Image: GETTY)

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Brexit News: Prime Minister Mark Rutte is determined to avoid leaving the Netherlands (Image: GETTY)

More than a third of voters (34% or 1,232 readers) believe that the Netherlands will be the next country to leave the EU.

Just under a quarter (23% or 829 readers) asked Italy to follow up and create its own “Italexit”, while 10% (380 readers) opted for France.

They were followed by Ireland (6% or 215 readers), Finland (5% or 178 readers), Germany (3% or 114 readers), Austria (2% or 111 readers) and the Spain (1% or 66 readers). Four percent (147 readers) were undecided.

A total of 12 percent (382 readers) indicated that other countries would be next to leave the EU, including Switzerland and Denmark.

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Brexit News: The Netherlands has been called to become the next country to leave the EU (Image: EXPRESS)

Several readers of have warned that the possibility of more member states leaving threatens the very existence of the bloc.

One of them wrote: “The EU is over. All members will be leaving.

“Before COVID-19 it could have been saved by major reforms but now… not a hope.

“How can a national leader justify EU membership to the people when thousands, if not tens of thousands of their citizens die because the EU insisted on taking control of the purchase of vaccines and then missed everything.

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“While in Britain’s Brexit the death toll will have dropped to close to zero, with our vaccination program over before the EU program really gets underway.

“People are dying, and will continue to die, directly because of the actions of the EU … and the EU does not care, and is still considering expanding its power as its members suffer 27 national disasters due to the EU. “

A second person said, “It doesn’t matter which is the first, when we go over, they all leave.

“The EU is going to fold. It was going to fold anyway, not least because the euro will collapse, but the vaccine fiasco has accelerated it.”

Another reader added: “Sweden, then Denmark and the Netherlands. Finland would follow them next and maybe Austria.

“Germany and France will NEVER leave the EU. They control it.

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“Spain, Italy, Portugal, Republic of Ireland, Greece, Cyprus and Malta are controlled financially and economically by Germany (uh I mean the EU) and they cannot leave, even if they wanted to.

“Poland, Hungary and the rest of the countries are cases of ‘social protection’ and economically and financially under the thumb of the EU.”

Speaking to CNBC in 2019, Dutch PVV leader Mr Wilders said: “The EU really doesn’t want one of the children to leave the house, it doesn’t want it.

“They are afraid that, if they allow it, maybe another country will follow.

“Maybe Italy, the Netherlands, France – whatever country thinks, ‘Well, maybe that isn’t such a bad idea: the United States says we’ll have a lot of trade agreements. ‘”

Charles-Henri Gallois, president of the Generation Frexit political campaign group in France, is convinced that the campaign to get his country out of the bloc will be a success – in the event of a referendum on the issue.

He said: “France can certainly be the next country to leave the EU and we are working on this with Generation Frexit.

“I think if we can get a referendum on Frexit, we will win it because we will have a real debate on the EU, which is not the case in other elections.”



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