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    Conservatives extend lead over Labour to 10 points despite chaotic week




    The Conservatives have extended their lead over Labour as pro-Brexit voters return to the party, according to the latest Opinium poll for the Observer.

    Despite a week of political chaos that has seen Boris Johnson purge the party of 21 MPs who oppose his plans, the Tories recorded a 10-point lead over Labour. For the first time since March, more than half (53%) of leave voters now intend to vote Conservative. Almost half of all voters (46%) now think the Conservative party has in effect become the Brexit party.
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    The Conservatives are up 3 points to 35% of the vote, while the Brexit party is down 3 points to 13%. The Liberal Democrats are up 2 points to 17%, with Labour down 1 point to 25%.
    https://www.theguardian.com/politics...e-chaotic-week



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    Johnson buying support by promising more money for police, schools, farmers, military, national health system.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zippyjuan View Post
    Johnson buying support by promising more money for police, schools, farmers, military, national health system.
    Boris does like to announce spending. Most of it doesn't appear new though.



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