Boris scrambles to get Tories back on track as he emerges from self-isolation

Boris scrambles to get Tories back on track as he emerges from self-isolation
Boris scrambles to get Tories back on track as he emerges from self-isolation
Boris scrambles to get Tories back on track as he emerges from self-isolation – after polls showed Labour gaining ground during 'pingdemic' shambles Polls have suggested the Tory lead is being shrunk amid 'pingdemic' shambles One showed the advantage over Labour falling from nine points to four in a week Boris Johnson emerging from self-isolation and launching crime-fighting plan 

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Boris Johnson is scrambling to get the Tories back on track as he emerges from self-isolation today with polls showing Labour gaining ground during the 'pingdemic shambles'.

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Surveys have provided evidence of the PM's advantage over Keir Starmer narrowing, after Covid cases surged and legions of people were forced to self-isolate.

Research by Redfield & Wilton Strategies found the gap has tightened from nine points to just four points in a week.

There have also been worrying signs in other polls - with Opinium suggesting approval of the government's handling of the crisis has slumped by 10 points in a fortnight.

Mr Johnson is attempting to turn the focus on to his crime-fighting agenda today, pledging to tag more offenders and make them clean up the streets. 

A poll by Redfield & Wilton Strategies found the gap between the Tories and Labour has tightened from nine points to just four points in a week

A poll by Redfield & Wilton Strategies found the gap between the Tories and Labour has tightened from nine points to just four points in a week

Mr Johnson (pictured at Surrey police HQ with Priti Patel today) is attempting to turn the focus on to his crime-fighting agenda, pledging to tag more offenders and make them clean up the streets

Mr Johnson (pictured at Surrey police HQ with Priti Patel today) is attempting

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