More good news for the Conservative party, bad news for Labour and terrible news for the LibDems.
This morning's Telegraph YouGov poll puts the Conservative Party at 41%, 3 points ahead of Labour, while the LibDems drop 4 points down to 11%.
These figures match exactly those shown in an Ipsos/Mori Poll carried out on behalf of The Sun two weeks ago. They are however a massive improvement on the last YouGov poll carried out three weeks ago when the Tories trailed Labour by 11 points. This is the first time that the Conservative party have polled more than 40% in a YouGov survey since 1992. If that is not bad enough for Brown, members of the Cambridge Union debating society voted 302 to 95 in favour of the motion: "This House has No Confidence in Her Majesty's Government."
Further good news for the Tories comes from the results of the party leaders approval ratings. David Cameron has come from being 23% behind Gordon Brown to enjoy a 6% lead.
Looks like Gordon has made one good decision this year: bottling out of the election (well it was good for himself, not the country).