The Conference is over and now it is time for the excitement of the Polls. Last week I wrote the post: Can the Conservatives win the 2007 general election. In it I set how I thought it could be done. As it turns out I may have been not too far off the money.
This is how the Polls stand Today:
Labour (40<4) Conservative (36>3) LibDem (13 No Change)
Labour (39<2) Conservative (36>5) LibDem (15<2)
Labour (38<1) Conservative (38>6) LibDem (16<4)
A big improvement on last week. And I think it can only get better.
I'm sad to say that I don't believe Gordon Brown will call a snap election now.