... has Con 41, Lab40, Lib 11. Perhaps most tellingly , government approval has fallen to minus 7, 38 approve, 45 disapprove, the lowest level since the coalition was formed. Crucially, the government have been scoring less well in the polls, but holding on to overall approval ratings, suggesting the public might not like their agenda, but broadly supported it.
Former Lib leader, Ming Campbell tonight says he will vote against a rise in tuition fees,
If the Libs hit 10% or below, they enter the squeaky-bum-zone. Without a swift move to support what was, possibly, their fiercest manifesto commitment, a good proportion of the mere 50% of the General Election support they still retain could give up altogether.