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General Election: What do the polls say in the final week?

General Election: What do the polls say in the final week?

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Boris Johnson seems set for victory in Thursday’s general election according to the latest polls. WestminsterWorld’s research suggests The Conservatives lead polling, averaging over 10 percent higher than the Labour Party. If the polls are to be believed, it seems that Jeremy Corbyn cannot make up the gap with just three days until polling day. At best for Labour, ICM’s latest poll points to a margin of seven percent between them and the Conservatives. At worst, the margin is 15 percent according to Opinium. Both Labour and the Conservatives seem to have taken a portion of prospective voting away from the Liberal Democrats and Brexit Party since campaigning started. Overall, the Green Party have consistently stayed at around three percent of prospective votes. But, can we still trust th

Young adults say they will only visit church if it offers free Internet

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Prudence Jinga, 30, is sitting in the front row of her church enjoying the service. She has been looking forward to today’s service particularly because she is to join the choir for the first time. But the church is empty. Only a handful of people managed to make it While others need convincing to attend church, Prudence is one of the three in five British adults that goes to church every Sunday, according to an opinion poll by the National Churches Trust. The opinion poll reported 27 per cent of British youth would only visit church gatherings more frequently if they had access to free Wi-Fi. The poll, conducted by ComRes aimed to discover what factors influence church attendance, despite a decline in the number of people going in recent years. It said respondents between t