Poll suggests Labour could take Thurrock at next General Election

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A POLL OF 19,000 plus voters has indicated that Labour could take Thurrock from the Conservatives in a General Election.

Details of the poll were published on Channel 4 news on Tuesday night. The poll indicated that overall, the Conservatives and Labour’s percentage share would drop by ten points, with the Lib-Dems and the Brexit Party gaining.

The poll by FocalData highlighted that there could be a number of swings. The Lib-Dems could take Lewes, the Conservatives could gain Ashfield and Labour could take Thurrock.

The seat is held by Jackie Doyle-Price with a majority of 345. The Labour candidate is former leader of Thurrock Council, John Kent. It looks like it could be a fascinating battle.

As yet there isn’t a Brexit Party candidate (and yes, we do know the rumour).

The whole news item is below.

One Response to "Poll suggests Labour could take Thurrock at next General Election"

  1. thurrocksgonedownhill   September 11, 2019 at 3:37 pm

    God help us all. I am no fan of JDP but Labour morons…please.

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