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Michael Buchanan writes:

Sequin | 13:13 UK time, Monday, 8 March 2010

Recent jitters in Conservative high command may have been calmed slightly by opinion polls over the weekend suggesting their lead over Labour had increased again - one poll even indicated they may be as much as 9% ahead. The trend in recent weeks has been for the gap between the 2 main parties to narrow, so we asked subscribers to the Radio 4 Panel if they'd recently changed their minds about the Conservatives, if they were now less likely to vote for them and if so why. Tonight we'll hear from some of those voters:
Ray Orgill from Somerset
Jo Skidmore from Reading
Jon Moon from Buckinghamshire

If you want to get involved in this or any other issue, just send an email to radio four panel at bbc dot co dot uk and we'll send you more details


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