With just two days to go until Britain's general election, a poll by YouGov shows Conservative Theresa May won't win a parliamentary majority. Tuesday's survey shows the Prime Minister on track to secure 304 seats. That's 22 short of the 326 she would need to govern alone.
The opposition, Labour Party, likely to win 266 seats according to YouGov's model. That down from 268 on Monday. A poll on the Monday night by Survation for ITV showed the Conservative Party lead narrowing to just one point. When the Prime Minister called the snap election, her advantage stood at 20 points.
Though, it's worth remembering how wildly inaccurate the pollsters were for the 2015 general election. Brexit was meant to be the focal point of this campaign, but after three militant attacks in three months, that's been completely overshadowed. Security is now dominating the agenda. Theresa May is facing criticism for her role in overseeing a drop of 20,000 in the number of police officers in England and Wales.
>> Thanks very much, Neil.>> But the PM hitting back, saying, that her rival, Labour's Jeremy Corbyn voted against anti-terrorism legislation.