London (AP) - The general election in the UK could possibly be more exciting than last thought. According to survey conducted by polling agency YouGov, Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservatives' lead over the opposition Labor Party has shrunk significantly in the past two weeks. At the end of November, a similar survey had yielded a majority of 68 MPs to the Conservatives, and now the calculations predict only 28 seats ahead of the Tories. The British will vote tomorrow for a new parliament.
Elections: UK election poll: Labor catching up
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