Opposition Mocks May's Absence From Election Debate - malaysiandigest.com

UK opposition leaders have mocked Prime Minister Theresa May's absence from a key election debate as a new poll suggested the Conservatives could lose several seats in next week's general election and leave the country with a hung parliament. May had ...

British PM boycotts TV debate as election looms - Rappler

FACE OFF. (L-R) Liberal Democrats leader Tim Farron, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, Green Party co-leader Caroline Lucas, Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood, Home Secretary Amber Rudd, Ukip leader Paul Nuttall and SNP deputy leader Angus Robertson ...

The most entertaining moments from the Election Debate - The Bolton News

Despite not being at the BBC Election Debate, Theresa May still found herself taking multiple hits from the other party leaders as they debated the topics of Brexit, public services, security and leadership. Here is a round-up of some of the more ...

The precise moment Amber Rudd realised she'd lost the BBC debate to Corbyn [VIDEO] - The Canary

Home Secretary Amber Rudd tried to attack Jeremy Corbyn on his leadership credentials in the BBC debate on 31 May. But it didn't go well for her, because it prompted Corbyn to raise one simple point. And it showed that he potentially has what it takes ...

Theresa May slammed for no-show in noisy and ill-tempered debate - Mix 96

A noisy and ill-tempered TV election debate began and ended with Jeremy Corbyn and the UK's minor parties condemning Theresa May for failing to turn up. In a seven-way debate, the Home Secretary Amber Rudd stood in for the Prime Minister and was ...

BBC general election debate: Updates and analysis as Jeremy Corbyn clashes with six other parties in TV showdown - Mirror.co.uk

There are just 8 days left to the 2017 general election - and tonight saw the big showdown between Jeremy Corbyn, Home Secretary Amber Rudd and five other senior politicians and party leaders. They clashed with SNP Westminster leader Angus Robertson ...

QUENTIN LETTS on last night's biased TV debate - Daily Mail

Squabble on the fourth-form table? No, it was seven grown-up politicians – well, six plus chirpy little Tim Farron – taking part in BBC1's election debate show last night. And then there was the audience. Worse than the mob at a Momentum rally! Where ...

Amber Rudd appears on election debate just 48 hours after her father died - Telegraph.co.uk

Amber Rudd took part in the BBC election debate just 48 hours after the death of her father. Tony Rudd, who died on Monday evening aged 93, had been planning to watch Wednesday night's debate with the rest of his family. A family friend said he took ...

Jeremy Corbyn decides he will go on BBC election debate - Daily Mail

Amber Rudd tonight warned Britain they had 'seen the coalition of chaos in action' at a furious seven-way debate on live TV. The Home Secretary lashed Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn over his refusal to promise lower immigration if he upsets the odds to ...

PM defends TV debate no-show as Corbyn decides on last-minute appearance - BT.com

Home Secretary Amber Rudd accused the opposition parties of offering “bluff, bravado and tempty, shiny election promises”. Share this. Facebook; Twitter; Google plus; Email; Share. 0. Jeremy Corbyn says Tories planning five more years of austerity.

People actually felt sorry for Amber Rudd during the election debate - Metro

Amber Rudd has received an unexpected outpouring of sympathy on social media after the general election debate. The Home Secretary represented the Tories, and took the flak for Theresa May's decision not to take part. Given the other six parties sent ...

BBC Election Debate audience laughs and boos as Tory Amber Rudd says "judge us on our record" - Mirror.co.uk

Home Secretary Amber Rudd was left humiliated when the BBC Election Debate audience laughed at her after saying: "Judge us on our record." The plea was met with loud cries and laughter from the studio audience in Cambridge. Ms Rudd was debating on ...

Election Debate: Amber Rudd says 'there is no magic money tree' to solve food bank crisis - The Independent

Conservative Home Secretary Amber Rudd has said there is "no magic money tree" to pay for further welfare support after being confronted about a soaring rise in the use of food banks. In a heated early clash in the BBC election debate, Labour leader ...

UK Labour chief challenges May to debate as race tightens - WSB Radio

LONDON - Britain's main opposition leader castigated Prime Minister Theresa May for refusing to debate him on live television Wednesday, as narrowing opinion polls injected drama into the country's election campaign. In a last-minute change of plan, ...

'Theresa May is a plastic Margaret Thatcher': Labour's Angela Rayner steps in for Jeremy Corbyn at Gloucestershire rally - Gloucestershire Live

Jeremy Corbyn was a no-show but Labour's Angela Rayner visited Stroud yesterday to rally hundreds of party supporters ahead of the final week of campaigning of the General Election. The shadow education secretary came to Forest Green Rovers New ...

UK Election Countdown: Amber light - Financial Times

YouGov published a seat forecast that suggests a hung parliament, with the Conservatives losing seats if the election were held tomorrow. Comedian Russell Brand endorsed Jeremy Corbyn, following his successful backing of Ed Miliband at the last general ...

"Have you been to a foodbank?": Jeremy Corbyn leads fury against Tory Amber Rudd over cruel disability benefit cuts - Mirror.co.uk

There were angry scenes in the first few minutes of tonight's BBC Election Debate as rival leaders laid into Home Secretary Amber Rudd over cruel Tory benefit cuts. Furious Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn asked Ms Rudd during the heated exchange: "Have ...

Amber Rudd savages Jeremy Corbyn's 'magic money tree' in furious BBC debate row - Express.co.uk

JEREMY CORBYN was blasted during the live BBC TV debate for promising to spend too much in Labour's manifesto. By Darren Hunt. PUBLISHED: 20:02, Wed, May 31, 2017 | UPDATED: 20:23, Wed, May 31, 2017 ...

Jeremy Corbyn says Tories planning five more years of austerity - Herald Scotland

Jeremy Corbyn has accused the Conservatives of planning another five years of austerity to pay for tax handouts for the wealthy if they win the General Election on June 8. In his opening statement in the BBC's election debate, the Labour leader said ...

BBC debate - live: Theresa May a no-show as Jeremy Corbyn joins leaders in BBC broadcast - iNews

Good evening and welcome to i's live coverage of tonight's televised leaders' debate in Cambridge. Jeremy Corbyn dominated the headlines earlier today after making a U-turn on his previous pledge not to appear on a televised leaders' debate without the ...