Saturday, 1 May 2010

Labour on course for worst poll result in 92 years as support crashes to just 24%

Labour is braced for its most disastrous election showing since 1918 as the Cabinet prepares to tell Gordon Brown to quit next week.

A Daily Mail poll reveals Labour support has crashed to 24 per cent following the Prime Minister's 'bigot' gaffe and his lacklustre performance in the final TV debate.

But it provides cold comfort for David Cameron - putting his party on 33 per cent, just one ahead of the Liberal Democrats. more...


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