British Prime Minister David Cameron, center, speaks with members of his delegation as he leaves an EU summit in Brussels on Friday, March 18, 2016. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
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Divisions in British Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservative party over the EU referendum are costing it support, according to a poll Friday showing the opposition Labor taking the lead for the first time in months.Labor polled 34 percent in a new YouGov survey, one point ahead of the Conservatives, and the first time they have taken the lead since before the May 2015 election.The YouGov poll appears to indicate a trend after a poll for ICM earlier this week for The Guardian newspaper put the Conservatives and Labor neck and neck at 36 percent.
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