The Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has said that his party will win the general election on Thursday “no problem at all.”
However, according to YouGov they are suggesting the Conservative Party are heading for a 28-seat majority despite the lead narrowing.
In an interview addressing hundreds of Labour supporters in Middlesbrough Corbyn he was defiant in predicting his party will be victorious. He said, “Of course we are going to do it – no problem at all.”
He added that, “the only poll matters is the one tomorrow” as victory will come as Labour’s “message of hope” has been heard by voters “despite a relentless media assault.”
He hit out at rival Boris Johnson mocking him as early on Wednesday morning the prime minister quickly ran into a fridge after being asked ITV’s Jonathan Swain for a live TV interview, which saw his aide swear on live TV.
Corbyn said, “I’ve not come here to deliver milk, or to hide in a fridge.
“I’ve come here with a message of hope.”
His message to the hundreds of Labour supporters is that “we will protect the NHS” and will not do any “secret deals” with the US, he added that he will truthful over Brexit unlike the Tory party.
Pollsters have warned there could be a hung parliament due to the unknown impact of tactical voting.