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(From Guardian Unlimited)
Labour still has a slim chance of seeing off the Tories at the next general election if it can show that the economy is beginning to improve by polling day, a Guardian/ICM poll reveals today.
The Conservatives have maintained their 12-point lead over Labour and David Cameron has extended his advantage as the most popular potential prime minister of the three main party leaders, the poll shows. But the survey offers a sliver of hope to Gordon Brown that Labour can become the largest party in parliament -- if he can persuade wavering Conservative and Liberal Democrat voters that he has started to reverse the recession in time for an election next year.
Two-thirds of the electorate, 65%, say clear …