LONDON, Dec 9 (KUNA) -- The British election campaign is entering its final week, amidst competition between conservatives and labors.
The British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is running for the Conservative Party, while Labor Party led by Jeremy Corbyn, and aspires to regain power after ten years of sitting in the opposition.
In recent weeks, the two parties have launched many political promises, provoking so much controversy about the ability of the next government to fulfill those promises, mainly the Brexit file.
Immigration issues, the budgest of the Ministry of Health, and the social welfare crisis for the elderly, were also raised in addition to the referendum on secession of Scotland from the United Kingdom
The latest opinion polls, according to the British YouGov website, indicate a significant progress for the Conservatives by 43 percent, with a weighted 359 seats in the House of Commons out of 650, which means its ability to form a majority government.
The Labor Party came second with 32 percent, with 211 seats, while the Liberal Democrats came third with only 13 seats, according to the poll. (end)