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Is David Cameron losing the support of the UK electorate?

Over the last few weeks it has become apparent that more and more questions are being asked of David Cameron and his relatively young Conservative party cabinet. At a time when Gordon Brown was quite literally on his knees, handing what looked like a general election win to the Conservative party, David Cameron has failed to make as much of this situation as possible and indeed today we stand on the edge of a potential sea-change in UK voting intentions.

A report today has indicated that the Conservative party lead over Labour is down to 2 points with the prospect of Labour regaining the lead in the short term. This is something which was incomprehensible only a few days ago and while things can change very quickly in politics there are concerns that Conservative party support is ebbing away very quickly. David Cameron now needs to step up to the mark and deliver a number of hard-hitting and popular policies for the future. After apparently put forward as a "safe pair of hands" for the UK economy it seems that UK voters now believe that Gordon Brown is starting to deliver on the economy. The next few days will be vital for David Cameron as he needs to renew the momentum which his party had been building up over the last 12 months.

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