Boris Johnson would deliver a 40-seat majority for the Conservatives if a general election was held with him as Prime Minister, a new survey has shown.
Meanwhile the Tory party led by Jeremy Hunt would leave Labour with the largest number of MPs - even though a larger number of people polled thought he would be the better Prime Minister.
The ComRes poll, commissioned by the Telegraph, puts the Tories with 345 MPs with Labour at 207 and the Brexit Party at none if Mr Johnson were to win the race.
Under Mr Hunt the poll predicts the Brexit Party would get 23 MPs into the Commons. Labour would be the largest party by still 63 MPs short of a majority. [...]
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