Conservatives Fall Further Behind Labour In A New Poll
support for Labour is at 40 per cent, a two-point rise in two weeks, with the Conservatives on 38, three points down.

Labour has pulled ahead of the Conservatives in the latest poll conducted after Theresa May‘s Cabinet tensions burst into the open.

According to the survey for the Mail on Sunday, Jeremy Corbyn led his party ahead of the Tories as support for Labour is at 40 per cent, a two-point rise in two weeks, with the Conservatives on 38, three points down.

Some 38 per cent of voters believe Theresa May's Chequers proposal has sold out Brexit

The Survation poll also shows 35 per cent think the compromise with the European Union is the best deal the UK will get from Brussels, compared with 38 per cent who believe it is a “sell-out”.

Following the Prime Minister’s interaction with her Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, 40 per cent of the voters say she won the Brexit summit against 13 who say Johnson came out on top. An estimated 62 per cent say he changed his mind and supported the PM over the fear of being sacked.

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Although, about 38 percent say the deal is not faithful to the EU referendum result, 29 per cent disagree.

Meanwhile, 34 per cent think May should lead her party into the next election, compared to 22 per cent who think she should resign now, however the same number thinks she should quit next year, after Brexit.

During a campaigning in Grays, Essex, Corbyn called on the PM to call a general election is she fails to get Parliament to support the final Brexit deal.

“If Ms May cannot secure MPs’ backing for proposals for Britain’s future relationship with the EU then she should trigger a general election” Corbyn said.

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