The Conservative Party has opened up a five-point lead as Labour's core supporters desert the party, according to the latest monthly poll for The Independent.
CommunicateResearch found there has been a sharp rise in support for the Liberal Democrats, mainly at Labour's expense. The Tories are on 34 per cent (down two points on last month), Labour on 29 per cent (down eight points), the Liberal Democrats on 21 per cent (up seven points) and [minor] parties on 16 per cent (up three points).
... It will increase fears among Labour MPs that the Government is "drifting" as Tony Blair completes his final months as Prime Minister amid bad publicity ...
Wednesday, January 31, 2007
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