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Workers “on a landslide course”

The PMQs come just hours after new polls suggest Labor will win a landslide victory in the next general election.

But the party’s margins are shrinking across the country, according to the first mega-poll under new constituency boundaries due to be introduced later this year.

Sir Keir Starmer’s party could win 470 seats, compared with 129 for the Conservatives, internationalist campaign group Best for Britain has said.

The analysis is based on a poll by polling firm Focaldata, which asked 10,140 people in the UK between April 20 and May 9 which party they would vote for if general elections were held tomorrow.

The results are likely to increase the pressure on Prime Minister Rishi Sunak in the US today.

However, he might take some comfort from predictions that the Labor Party majority across the country could be at risk.

The Labor Party’s share of the vote would be around 35 percent, 12 percentage points ahead of the Tories, the modeling showed.

But that’s down from last autumn, when Labor polled 42 percent of the vote.

According to the analysis, even in the worst-case scenario, Labor would still be the strongest party in an unmajority parliament.


tug of war

Speaker Lindsay Hoyle opens the PMQs by confirming that the House of Commons beat the House of Lords 4-0 in a tug-of-war on Tuesday. Watch PMQs LIVE: Oliver Dowden and Angela Rayner compete at PMQs

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