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It’s impossible to suggest seriously that this means anything, with so many polls flying around, but it’s nice to have some good news on a Sunday afternoon so here’s The Guardian:

Labour has regained a slim lead over David Cameron’s party, according to the latest Opinium/Observer poll.

Ed Miliband could win an absolute majority according to the survey, which puts him on 35% – two points up on last week. The Conservatives have slipped by one point to 34%. If there was a uniform national swing – meaning the changes in each party’s support from this poll were evenly applied to 2010 election results across all constituencies – Labour could win an overall majority.

Ukip is on 14% while the Liberal Democrats and the Greens are tied on 6%.

Pollsters at Opinium said it appears that the two main parties are statistically tied, with variations in recent weeks being within the bounds of statistical error.

The full article is here.

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