Last night, the SKWAWKBOX published video of 18,000 young people at a festival in Cornwall spontaneously chanting ‘Oh Jeremy Corbyn’ when the White Stripes’ Seven Nation Army played during their silent disco. It was a sign that the Establishment’s increasingly-desperate smears are failing.
Another sign this morning is the latest polling by BMGResearch shows Labour with a two percent lead over the Tories, up by two points on BMG’s last poll, with the Tories falling by a similar amount:
ICM’s polling last week also had Labour ahead, making YouGov’s offering for the Times showing Labour behind look like an outlier.
Given the tendency of most polling organisations except Labour to understate Labour’s popularity, there will be gnashing of teeth this morning among the Establishment in and out of the Labour Party.
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