ComRes poll for ITV News shows 49% of Britons would vote to remain in the European Union, in interviews with 1,105 British adults between February 11 and 14. However, the lead for the “remain” campaign has dropped from 18p to 8p since the last ComRes poll in January. ITV reports: "The poll comes at the start of a crucial week for the Prime Minister, culminating in an EU summit in Brussels where leaders will try to agree a deal over Britain’s renegotiated membership of the EU." "The previous survey was done before David Cameron’s renegotiation deal with Donald Tusk was announced. At the time, 54% backed remaining in the EU and 36% supported leaving, compared to 49% and 41% now", ITV adds. For more information, read our latest forex news.