Dustbin vote that UKIP inherited from the LDs. Could do quite well with pavement politics in run down areas.
Sir Keir Starmer has pulled ahead of Boris Johnson on the question of who would make the best prime minister.
A YouGov poll for The Times suggests that 34 per cent of people believe that the Labour leader would do a better job, with 32 per cent preferring Mr Johnson. Last week the prime minister was narrowly ahead on 33 to 31.
It is the first time a Labour leader has been preferred as a potential prime minister to the Conservative incumbent since after the 2017 snap election.
A single YouGov poll in June that year put Jeremy Corbyn ahead of Theresa May but he failed to consolidate his fleeting lead. https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/star ... -f8m3zz3k8
I did read something yesterday that gave me a bit of hope. Sunbathing in the garden in August, getting paid 80% of your wages for doing nothing, and you'll think the government are doing well. Sitting in the house four months later with a redundancy notice in one hand and the kids' Christmas list in the other might start you thinking.
A common feature of the extreme left, and one of the faultlines between them and 'centrists' who know this very well.
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