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Conservatives have lost one-third of vote share since March as Brexit Party surges forward, says poll

Independent Thursday, 16 May 2019
Support for Theresa May's party slumps to just 25 per cent as voters deride her Brexit performance
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News video: Pressure on May mounts as party slumps in poll

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British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Conservatives have fallen to fifth place in one poll ahead of the European election as pressure grows for her to set a date for her own departure. Megan Revell reports.

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