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Labour clinch 11-point poll lead for first time in nine YEARS – Boris nightmare explodes


The Labour Party’s popularity among voters shot to 40 percent today (Friday) as the Tories’ fell to just 29 percent. It comes as the Government is dogged with controversy after Boris Johnson admitted to Parliament that he had attended a Downing Street social gathering while the country was still in its first lockdown.

Yesterday, Labour reached a ten-point lead over the Conservative Party, YouGov polling showed.

The pollster said of the results: “This represents Labour’s biggest lead over the Conservatives since December 2013, as well as the lowest vote share for the Conservative party since the turmoil of the European elections and their aftermath in 2019.”

The two parties were effectively level-pegging at the start of December, after the Mirror reported allegations that the Prime Minister had participated in a lockdown-breaking Christmas Quiz in Number 10 in December 2020.

Since then, the Tories’ popularity had been in decline, with a sharp drop following the latest revelations concerning another “socially distanced drinks” which took place in May 2020.

More to follow…



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