This is how the BBC Election Debate 2017 went down - Yahoo News UK

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 ...

Seven days to keep Corbyn out of power, May warns voters - Daily Mail

Theresa May today warns voters they have just seven days to ensure the 'promise of Brexit' is not squandered by Jeremy Corbyn. With just a week to go until polling day, the Prime Minister will offer an upbeat assessment of Brexit, saying it offers the ...

UK election: Jeremy Corbyn ridicules Theresa May for refusing to debate as race tightens - ABC Online

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

UK election: campaign shifts gear - Irish Times

One hit the campaign trail with the acclamation of her party ringing in her ears and polls pointing to a landslide victory. The other led his party into election season with his colleagues openly hostile to his leadership, the media deriding him and ...

Theresa May savaged by party leaders for debate no-show: 'Good leaders don't run away' - The Independent

Party leaders have launched blistering attacks on Theresa May for not showing up to the election debate. The Prime Minister declined to take part in the seven way head-to-head debate broadcast on the BBC, sending Home Secretary Amber Rudd in her ...

Election 2017: No disasters, no breakthrough in TV debate - BBC News

At the end of the debate, some of the audience I spoke to were clearly pretty fed up that Theresa May hadn't turned up. In contrast, they were pleased that Jeremy Corbyn had shown his face. For him, that decision seems to have been a tactical win. If ...

After Theresa May's missteps, a Corbyn victory is no longer inconceivable - Spectator.co.uk (blog)

On the eve of the US presidential election, experts at Princeton university decided that Donald Trump had a 1 per cent chance of being elected. Before the last general election, Populus, the opinion poll firm, gave David Cameron a 0.5 per cent chance ...

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 ...

British PM boycotts TV debate as election looms - Free Malaysia Today

The Conservatives enjoyed a 20-point lead at the start of the campaign but this has now fallen into single figures. teresa-may LONDON: British Prime Minister Theresa May boycotted a primetime television debate Wednesday, just days before the June 8 ...

Debate summary – how did they do? - Liberal Democrat Voice

Apologies for the abrupt ending to the previous post. I have a MacBook that just won't charge which, as you can imagine, is incredibly frustrating. So, I am typing this on my phone. The debate tonight was prettty much Amber Rudd getting some fairly ...

Corbyn wrong-foots May by taking part in UK election debate - Irish Times

Jeremy Corbyn and other opposition leaders piled pressure on the Conservatives in a televised debate on Wednesday night, warning voters against giving Theresa May a blank cheque next week. The prime minister stayed away from the debate, leaving ...

Mistakes leave Theresa May struggling to secure decisive mandate - The Straits Times

With just a week remaining to her country's general election campaign, British Prime Minister Theresa May still looks almost certain to win the vote on June 8. But all opinion polls indicate that the scale of her electoral victory will be much smaller ...

Rivals attack May for election debate no-show - Financial Times

The absence of Theresa May was one of the main talking points as seven senior politicians traded blows in an unconventional television debate just eight days before Britain's general election. Mrs May refused to turn up to the BBC event in Cambridge ...

Election debate 2017: Amber Rudd praised for taking part in leaders' debate despite death of her father - Evening Standard

Amber Rudd took part in Wednesday's General Election leaders debate despite the death of her elderly father, it has been revealed. The Home Secretary's father Tony passed away at the age of 93 on Monday, The Sun reported. A source told the paper: “It ...

BBC debate: Rivals attack Theresa May over absence - BBC News

Theresa May's political rivals lined up to criticise her for not taking part in a seven-way general election debate. She was accused of lacking "guts" and of "running away from the debate" during the 90 minute BBC TV event. Home Secretary Amber Rudd ...

Amber Rudd: Theresa May's saviour... or her successor? - Telegraph.co.uk

Theresa May got Amber Rudd to take her place on tonight's TV debate. Maybe she should get Ms Rudd to take her place for the rest of the campaign, too. Robust and commanding – or, if you prefer, strong and stable – the Home Secretary looked like the ...

Chaotic BBC debate fails to move the dial - Spectator.co.uk (blog)

The BBC's seven-way election debate proved that you can't have a proper debate with seven people in it. It was a shouty, bity affair in which no one really stood out. This meant that Theresa May pretty much got away with her decision not to turn up.

'I was hoping she was here' Diane Abbott ridiculed by Amber Rudd in BBC debate jibe - Express.co.uk

DIANE ABBOTT was skewered with a sly dig by Amber Rudd during the live BBC TV debate as the Home Secretary answered a leadership question. By Darren Hunt and Chris Campbell. PUBLISHED: 21:27, Wed, May 31, 2017 | UPDATED: 21:55, Wed, May ...

Jeremy Corbyn says Tories planning five more years of austerity - Stourbridge News

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 ...

Amber Rudd just tried to use terrorism to smear Corbyn. It backfired immediately [VIDEO] - The Canary

On the BBC debate on 31 May, Amber Rudd tried to use terrorism to smear Jeremy Corbyn. But it backfired immediately. Corbyn managed there to turn one of Rudd's key lines of attack – that he's weak on terror – against her. He got the applause, not her.