Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party remains in the lead in the latest YouGov and Times Westminster voting intention survey, on 23% of the vote.
Lib Dems followed on 21% a step down from 22% of last week, with Labour and the Conservatives both on 20% which is an improvement from 19% and 17% respectively last week.
Green party are on 9% a sloint down from 8% of last week and votes for all other parties stand at 6 percent
Liberal Democrats experienced a surge around the time of the EU elections, in which they came second off the back of their strongest pro-Remain campaigning.
Former Ukip leader Nigel Farage has recently made a statement that factors this in, outlining how his party could lend support to the Tories in exchange for pushing through a no-deal Brexit.
The serious upsets being caused by both the Liberal Democrats & the Brexit Party – who both campaign primarily on their diametrically opposed positions on Brexit – have prompted ongoing commentary on a major realignment in the United Kingdom political climate, putting pressure on both Labour and the Tories to take more seriously stances from both sides.