Swindon's Conservative MPs could find themselves out of a job within the next year, if a poll is accurate.

YouGov's latest survey of 14,000 people forecasts that both Swindon seats will be won by Labour in the next general election, which must happen within the next 12 months.

If this was to happen, Sir Robert Buckland and Justin Tomlinson, who have represented South and North Swindon respectively since 2010, would both be kicked out of Parliament.

It suggests that the Tories will retain just 169 seats, while Labour will win 385 – giving Sir Keir Starmer a 120-seat majority.

It suggests the Chancellor, Jeremy Hunt, will be one of 11 cabinet ministers to lose their seats and the party will win 196 fewer seats than in 2019, more than the 178 Sir John Major lost in 1997.

The picture in Swindon is equally bleak for the Conservatives, according to YouGov.

It suggests that in South Swindon the Labour candidate Heidi Alexander will win with a handy 46 per cent of the vote, 14 points ahead of Mr Buckland with 32 per cent.

The Liberal Democrats, Green Party and Reform, the rebranded Brexit Party, are both predicted to get less than 10 per cent of the votes each.

In North Swindon, things are a little tighter.

Mr Tomlinson is predicted a 34 per cent vote share, but his Labour opponent Will Stone is expected by the pollsters to win 39 per cent of the votes cast.

With just five percentage points between the two main candidates, tactical voting could be crucial, with Reform predicted10 per cent of the votes, the Liberal Democrats nine per cent and the Green Party seven per cent.

Previously when pollsters gave the Conservatives little chance of winning in Swindon the Conservative MPs jointly said: “We have both been around long enough to know polls go up and down, so nothing changes. We continue to work hard for our fellow local residents, whether helping individual residents, or supporting projects to boost Swindon.

"These are challenging times, but the opposition are offering no policies and no alternative. We all have to step up to the challenge.”

In better news for the Conservatives, YouGov suggests it will hold the rejigged constituencies of East Wiltshire, Salisbury, South West Wiltshire, Melksham & Devizes and the cross-border patch of South Cotswolds - which combines the northern-most reaches of the county with Cirencester and parts of Gloucestershire.

The poll does suggest the Liberal Democrats might squeak a very close battle in Chippenham.