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New ICM poll finds LAB 17% behind overall with the 75+ group splitting 70-7% for the Tories

So far no sign that Corbyn’s re-election is restoring LAB’s fortunes If LAB was hoping that the end of its leadership contest with Corbyn continuing was going to restore its fortunes then there’s no sign of it yet. The latest Guardian ICM poll is out and has an overall split of: CON 43%: LAB 26%: […]
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