Labour support collapses across the country as Jeremy Corbyn lurches from one disaster to the next - while Tories pull ahead in leave-voting heartlands, new poll reveals | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Labour support collapses across the country as Jeremy Corbyn lurches from one disaster to the next - while Tories pull ahead in leave-voting heartlands, new poll reveals

In Yorkshire and Humberside, the predicted Labour vote share is now just 29 per cent, compared to 49 per cent in 2017.

In the North East, Labour's support has gone from 55 per cent to 32 per cent, in the North West from 55 per cent to 30 per cent and in the East Midlands, from 41 per cent to just 22 per cent.

In Wales, Labour support has plummeted from 49 per cent to 29 per cent, leaving them just one point ahead of the Conservatives on 28 per cent.

In London, which voted heavily to Remain, the Lib Dems gained a ten-point boost to 19 per cent, while Labour remain the largest party on 39 per cent despite a 16-point drop since 2017.

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