A NEW YouGov poll revealed two Conservative Bradford MPs would lose their seats in Parliament and the Tories would fall by a large majority if the election was held today.

The new YouGov MRP model, commissioned by Conservative Britain Alliance, shows that Labour would win by their largest majority since the 1997 general election.

The results of the model, which uses data from 14,110 respondents answering between December 12, 2023, and January 4, 2024, would see Keir Starmer enter Downing Street having secured a 120-seat majority, with Labour winning 385 Commons seats. This would be a 183-seat increase for the party since the last election.

The Conservatives meanwhile would slump to just 169, losing 196 seats compared to 2019.

These results are reminiscent of the 1997 general election outcome, which saw Tony Blair’s Labour win 418 seats and John Major’s Conservatives take 165.

According to poll data in Bradford, two Conservatives, Shipley MP Philip Davies and Keighley and Ilkley MP Robbie Moore would lose their seat by margins of 43 per centre (Lab) to 32 per cent (Cons) in Shipley and 47 per cent (Lab) and 31 per cent (Cons) in Keighley and Ilkley.

Shipley MP Philip Davies said: "This poll merely confirms what nearly every poll has been saying for some time so it doesn't come as a surprise.

"There are clearly many people who voted Conservative in 2019 who are frustrated. It is also clear that there is no enthusiasm for Keir Starmer, who is hoping to win the election by saying nothing and doing nothing and hoping nobody notices.

"We need to ensure that when the election comes we have persuaded people that they will be far better off with a Conservative government than a Labour government, and there is much water to go under the bridge before election day.

"The poll also confirms that I am the underdog at this election, which again is something that I already know, but I will be giving the election my best shot as always."

Meanwhile, the poll data shows that Bradford West MP Naz Shah (Lab) would hold her seat with a margin of 65 per cent to 13 per cent for the Greens and 10 per cent for the Tories.

In Bradford East, MP Imran Hussain (Lab) would retain his seat with a margin of 59 per cent to 14 per cent for the Conservatives, and Bradford South MP Judith Cummins (Lab) would hold onto to her seat with a margin of 49 per cent to 22 per cent for the Tories.

The T&A has also contacted Robbie Moore for a comment.