Polls: Tories Fall Behind Labour as May Vows to Press on with Soft Brexit Plans

Two recent polls show the Conservative Party behind Labour as the prime minister says that she will return to Brussels to press ahead with her soft Brexit plan. The Opinium Research poll, conducted November 14th, put the Tories at 36 per cent, three points behind Labour at 39 per cent. In another poll by ComRes, the Conservatives are again at 36 per cent, four points behind Labour which is at 40 per cent, according to data collected between the 14th and 15th of November. Prime Minister Theresa May continued her media blitz to sell her Brexit agreement — widely unpopular due to the Irish backstop locking the UK into EU customs rules — telling Sky News’s Sophie Ridge on Sunday that she has no intention of either backing down or renegotiating with Brussels. Theresa May told @RidgeOnSunday that a change of leader would only mean "Brexit gets delayed and frustrated". Do you have confidence in her as a leader? Vote below 👇 Find out more here: — Sky News (@SkyNews) November 18, 2018 “I will be going back to Brussels,” May told Sky News, saying she would meet with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker this week. “We won’t agree the

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