General election 2017: Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn face-off over security - BBC News

Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn are both vowing action to improve security on Britain's streets. Mrs May is highlighting Tory plans for a new commission to counter extremism and "stand up" to Islamists and others who threaten British values. Mr Corbyn ...

UK PM May's lead narrows to 10 percentage points: Opinium poll - Reuters Canada

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party's lead over the opposition Labour Party has narrowed to 10 percentage points, according to an Opinium poll for the Observer newspaper on Saturday. Opinium said May's lead had ...

Jeremy Corbyn tells ECHO how he'll spend £10bn to connect Liverpool, Manchester and Hull - Liverpool Echo

Jeremy Corbyn has promised party plans to spend £10 billion on northern rail links will benefit the “entire” Merseyside community. In February Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell said Labour would back plans for a 'high speed 3' rail link (HS3), also ...

Corbyn under fire for war on terror speech - AppsforPCdaily

The Labour leader restarted his party's campaign after a pause following the atrocity with a speech linking United Kingdom foreign policy in Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya to the threat from terrorism. He was rounded on by opponents who suggested Mr ...

Manchester bombing makes terrorism central campaign issue in June elections - Washington Post

LONDON -- The Manchester bombing has thrust terrorism to center stage ahead of Britain's hotly contested June elections, as British Prime Minister Theresa May on Saturday warned that “the country should remain vigilant” even as authorities say concerns ...

6 times Tories said exactly what they are now attacking Jeremy Corbyn for saying about the war on terror - Mirror.co.uk

Jeremy Corbyn came under fire from the Conservatives this week after a landmark speech about the war on terror. The Labour leader said said we "must be brave enough" to admit the war on terror has failed in the wake of the Manchester suicide bombing.

'No excuse': British Prime Minister Theresa May tears into Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn over post-Manchester interview - South China Morning Post

British Prime Minister Theresa May has launched an extraordinary attack on opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn, accusing him of saying Britain is to blame for the Manchester Arena bombing. The prime minister used a press conference at the end of her first ...