Labour is on course to win a comfortable 56-seat majority at the next election, according to a new poll.
As current voting intention stands, Keir Starmer will win the keys to No10 with a 12-point lead over the Tories if such a result to play out at the election set to be in 2024, the MRP model by Savanta ComRes for LabourList shows.
In her first speech as Prime Minister, Liz Truss ruled out a snap election, folllowing suggestions she could not establish a commanding majority like her predecessor Boris Johnson.
If voters were to follow their current intentions at the next election, set to be in 2024, the poll says Labour would regain many so-called ‘Red Wall’ seats – including Ashfield, Bassetlaw, Blyth Valley, Sedgefield and Workington.
Shabana Mahmood became the latest senior Labour MP to challenge the new PM to go to the polls.
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