Opinion polls show conservatives far ahead in UK parliamentary elections

Opinion polls show conservatives far ahead in UK parliamentary elections

“We are now the real opposition to Labour,” celebrated far-right leader Nigel Farage at the start of a debate on ITV on Thursday night.

Farage, a staunch supporter of Brexit, wants a head-to-head debate with Labor leader Keir Starmer and believes immigration will dominate the election.

For the anti-European ex-MP, who failed to get elected to the Westminster parliament seven times, the UK's housing crisis and access to healthcare are the result of “Labour-initiated” immigration policies. Conservative government”.

YouGov points out that reform UK's progress is on the brink of a referendum. In this sense, he highlighted that more time is needed to ensure “whether the party can maintain or improve its position in relation to the conservatives”.

Even so, the agency highlighted that Farage's party fighting “point for point” with the ruling party represented a “seismic shift in the electoral landscape”.

In power for 14 years, Conservatives suffer from such attrition Defense Minister Grant Shabbs recently warned that Labor could achieve a “supermajority” in the British Parliament.

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