The blue share in the poll of polls hit 43 per cent on June 2 and hasn’t moved the best part of a month later.
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Polling snapshot. Coming out of lockdown, Starmer’s election and disillusion with the Government are returning us to politics as normal.
There is no evidence from the poll of polls that the Dominic Cummings affair speeded up what has been a steady Tory decline since mid-April.
Andrew Green: Easing of the work permit system, while unemployment rises, would have dire consequences
If employers turn to cheaper foreign labour, the Conservatives will suffer very heavily, especially in the new “red wall” constituencies.
Both sides must recognise that the Corporation as a whole can be performing well whilst its political coverage alienates Conservatives.
We hope and expect Johnson will be back by May 8. But if he isn’t, Raab must lead in easing the lockdown.
The art will be to do so in such a way that the NHS can cope with a rise in admissions. And social distancing for the most vulnerable must remain in place.
Luke Evans: What I learnt from my own experience in intensive care with pneumonia about goals and setbacks
I’ve faith that people are focused on that bigger picture, which drives reported levels of understanding and appreciation, if not necessarily popularity.
If employers consider themselves to be heading for catastrophe, it suggests that the wider public will catch up before too long.
Trust in the government has gone up, according to Kekst CNC – and the results point the same way across the four countries polled.
Very few businesses could survive a lockdown of the type we’re currently in for six months. A sustained one will have to be more focused.
His message, that the Conservatives will win if the electoral battle is on identity politics and culture wars, is correct.
Many of those who self-identify as being on the Left also back key Conservative policies.
James Frayne: The BBC’s growing problem isn’t public hostility. It’s apathy. Fewer people see the point of it.
The trust factor is simply less relevant, because fewer people are accessing the Corporation’s output in the first place.
In the second piece in our mini-series, the Chair of Homes for the North argues that driving public investment in housing towards the South East is not sustainable.
It is only human to grasp at the most comforting explanations that come to hand. But the truth may be harder for Corbynites to swallow.
The result will probably offer some respite to an industry which has previously come in for a lot of flak from certain quarters for misrepresenting the state of the race.