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Latest poll from Redfield and Wilton shows the opposition Labour Party ahead of the governing Conservatives, the second poll in quick succession to show the gov't behind.

  • Westminster voting intention: LAB: 38% (+2), CON: 36% (-1), LDEM: 10% (-), GRN: 6% (-). via @RedfieldWilton, 10 Nov. Chgs. w/ 08 Nov
  • This is the second opinion poll in November to show Labour ahead of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservative Party. Prior to this, the Conservatives had held an unbroken lead in polls since September, and prior to that January.
  • The continued slide for the Conservatives comes as headlines remain dominated by accusations of graft and corruption among MPs holding second jobs following the resignation of Conservative MP Owen Paterson.
  • Should Johnson be unable to recover his previous healthy lead in the polls it could lead to more disquiet among backbench Conservatives (a much more vocally outspoken group than in previous parliaments), in turn posing a risk to the PM's position.
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