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UK Election – Looks like Labor will win majority

UK Election – Looks like Labor will win majority

For 14 years, the conservative Tory party ruled, but now it looks like it's over.

A comparison of British pre-election polls shows Labor losing some of its large lead. The BBC's compilation shows that the Social Democratic Labor Party will now get 39 percent of the vote.

The conservative Tories are expected to get 21 percent, a slight increase in recent days. At the same time, Reform UK, with Brexiteer Nigel Farage, has lost some and now gains 16 percent.

Towards the end of the election campaign, the Tories deliberately targeted reform voters, warning them that they would contribute to a landslide victory for Labour.

According to a survey by Survation, Labor looks set to win 484 of the 650 seats in the House of Commons. Servision calculates that there is a more than 99 per cent chance of Labor winning more than the 418 seats it won in 1997.

A survey by Yougov shows the Tories face a worse election in Wales than in 1997 when they did not win a Welsh mandate, reports TT.

Mel Stride, Minister for Work and PensionsIn a television interview, he says he fully accepts that the current polls show that Labor will win the biggest “supermajority” Britain has ever seen. Guardian.

The newspaper writes that Stride is probably speaking too strongly about a “landfall majority” to encourage people worried about a Labor majority to vote Tory, and to make those who are not against Labor think they don't need to vote.

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At the same time discounting Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said the election would be decided, saying 1,30,000 popular votes would be enough to prevent Labor from winning a majority. On Wednesday night, several people said the decision was still undecided.

– There are many undecideds – millions. “When they go to the polls tomorrow, I want to ask everyone to sort out any frustrations they can understand about me, the party, the past, and what a Labor government will mean for their families in particular,” The Guardian reported.

Labor leader Keir StarmerBritain's potential new prime minister said she was surprised by the “negativity” of the Tory campaign.

– They really have nothing positive to say to the country and have succumbed to negativity. I'm happy that we started positively and sustained it through the campaign and finished positively because we have a strong demand for change and the message from us is consistent because this is an election for change.

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