The British Labor opposition party launched its annual conference on Sunday29.9.2013 in the touristic city of Brighton, south-west of England, at a moment when the latest polls show a further decline in popularity, 18 months before the general election. The progress of the Labor Party on the Conservative Party led by Prime Minister David Cameron has recorded another contraction.
The latest poll indicated for the Sunday Times newspaper that 37% of British intend to vote for the center-left party in May 2010 elections or a difference of three points.
According to the same survey, only 17% think Ed Miliband, the party leader is able to take over the position of a Prime Minister.
In July, polls show an improvement for Labor Party with eight points and give their support to the chief by 26% of respondents. In September 2012, Labor party progressed by a margin of 15 points.
But Ed Miliband, who succeeded to the presidency of the party, Prime Minister Gordon Brown, after the defeat of the Labor Party in the 2010 elections, said he foresees a possibility of victory in the next election.