If the results were repeated at a general election, Labour would win a 126 seat majority, with a string of prominent Tory MPs losing their seats, including Boris Johnson, Jacob Rees-Mogg, Grant Shapps and Dominic Raab.
With nationwide train strikes and byelection losses for the Tories, this week has been defined by activism for change. In his new film, Daniel Draper highlights the power and struggles of local activism and working class voices in politics. LFF caught up with the filmmaker to find out more.
“Voters need to know why the government have made bad choices, and what Labour would do instead, not just that Labour would be a more trustworthy and competent administration, important though that is.”