Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May sips water as she speaks at an election campaign event in Wrexham, Wales May 22, 2017. REUTERS/Toby Melville
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Six opinion polls published in the past three days have all shown a contraction in the Conservative Party's lead over the opposition Labour Party by a range of 2 to 9 percentage points, though all indicate May will still win the election.Osborne, sacked by May after the EU referendum, was first to break the story of May's reversal on the policy.Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron described it as a "frankly shambolic display," while the main opposition Labour Party's election coordinator Andrew Gwynne said May had thrown her election campaign into "chaos and confusion". That picture appeared to change after both the Conservatives and Labour set out their election pitches to voters last week, with a Survation poll published Monday showing May's lead over Labour had halved to 9 percentage points.With polls showing the Conservatives' lead over Labour down from 20 points or more earlier in the campaign, May is projected to win a smaller majority of around 40 seats.
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