LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservatives have taken a one point lead over the opposition Labour Party in a YouGov poll ahead of a May 7 election, The Sun newspaper reported on Tuesday.
Cameron's Conservatives were on 35 percent, up one point on the previous day, while Labour was on 34 percent, down one point, the newspaper reported. It was the first Conservative lead in the YouGov poll for 13 days, the paper said.
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