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Tory Lead Over Labour Only 4% Now Says Poll.

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youngmafbog | 09:50 Sat 24th Jul 2021 | News
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OK, its only a poll but..

The data gave Johnson's government only 38 per cent support, down from 44 per cent the previous week. By comparison, Labour had gained three points for 34 per cent support.

I'm not sure it is all down to the proposed NI hike, many people I speak to hate Boris and his handling of everything. He seems to be uniting left and right and young and old -against him.

Come on 1922 get rid of the useless buffoon before he wrecks the Party totally.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9820133/Tory-poll-lead-Labour-collapses-just-four-percent-amid-fury-national-insurance-tax-hike.html

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Is this a sign that The Cons themselves want Boris out.
.........I Hope so........


gully: even in the unlikely even that Boris is ousted you'd get another Tory to obsess over and your party will still have the same chance of winning an election, ie, zero.
Are you having a panick attack?.
Gulliver, are you sure your quotes come from Boris supporters?
Gulliver, you would be better worying about what is likely to happen to your beloved Keir Starmer.
Rodders will end up on the huge pile of Labour leaders to fail to win a GE. The 4th Labour leader to win an election is probably in nursery school. Poor gully, decades of anti Tory anti British anguish beckons.
It's not looking good for Boris and the Cons at the moment . Was freedom day the Biggest mistake he has made, from all the mistakes and U turns he has made since becoming PM ?.
TTT, after reading my link above, it might well be that KS won't be around to fight any election.
Think Boris looked far better hanging from the zip wire as Mayor, than he ever looks when he is mumbling and bumbling at the Despatch box.
It’s a big gamble by Johnson for sure (freedom day)
Tho I’m not sure if that backfired it would be enough to unseat him
After all his main opposition with the party comes from MPs who even more “pro-freedom” than he is
yes danny, quite likely he'll get dumped. Here we are mid crises, mid term an he's still behind the Tories. It's like Manu v Accrington Stanley. Doesn't really matter who the captain is.
Boris will last the full term said A/Bs Number one Tory only a few days ago. But now he thinks its Dumping time.
Boris will fight at least the next 2 GEs, I'm talking about Rodders me old china.
I can understand why some of the radicalised supporters are loosing faith in Boris and his Con club.
//It’s a big gamble by Johnson for sure (freedom day)//

Really?

Apart from the night clubs reopening nothing else much happened. Masks and Social Distancing were no longer required but shops and public transport still "expect and recommend" them (and many people have complied with that expectation). Bars and pubs need no longer to provide table service or need to limit the number of customers but most do. The promised "return to the office" has not materialised, with government recommendations to stay at home remaining (to the delight of most people with a decent sized house and a garden from which to "work").

"Freedom Day", thanks to the government's continued timidity and its determination not to reap the maximum benefit from the success of the vaccine rollout, was nothing of the sort.
I’m not sure how the article on the Unite election implies that “KS” might be on his way out.
It points out that there are 3 left wingers in the running who may split the vote and let the moderate in.
But even if they don’t, and Unite ends up with a another hard left leader like Howard Beckett, that’s a funding issue potentially as McCluskey had already cut funding in protest at Starmer.
If I was Starmer I’d say **** you then I’ll go somewhere else for funding :-)
So the issue isn’t Starmer it’s the fact Labour no matter who is in charge is reliant on Unite money to a large extent.
Whoever wins the election Starmer should see it as an opportunity for reform. After all he has the backing of the NEC
“ It’s a big gamble by Johnson for sure (freedom day)//

Really?

For sure it is! And one by the way I fervently hope he wins.
It we end up with a lot more deaths and he’s forced to go into reverse then that will be yet another occasion where he’s been perceived to have erred on the side of laxity when it comes to restrictions.
Personally I think he’ll and we’ll be ok but it’s easy for me to say that sitting here
Think Boris is Oven ready , lets turn the heat up .
I'm just wondering what "Freedoms" last Monday bestowed upon us, Ikky (those who don't want to visit a night club, that is).
NJ, we had dinner at the pub on Monday and I have to say the experience of being maskless and being able to cross the floor without adhering to one way systems was rather more liberating that I’d imagined it would be.

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