British PM May could lose majority in June 8 election -YouGov projection - Nasdaq

... * YouGov projection: May wins 310 seats, down from 331 in 2015 * YouGov projection: Corbyn wins 257 seats, up from 232 in 2015 * May could lose her majority, UK could face deadlock - prediction * New YouGov poll puts May's Conservatives on 42 pct, ...

British PM May's lead narrows to 3 pct points in latest YouGov poll -the Times - Daily News & Analysis

Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party has a 3 percentage point lead over the opposition Labour Party ahead of Britain's June 8 election, the latest YouGov poll for the Times showed on Wednesday. The YouGov poll put the Conservatives on 42 ...

British PM boycotts TV debate as election looms - SBS

British Prime Minister Theresa May boycotted a primetime television debate Wednesday, just days before the June 8 general election, prompting accusations of a floundering campaign as polls slashed her ruling Conservative party's lead. Source: AFP.

YouGov survey suggests May's Conservatives could lose majority - Daily Sabah

Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservatives could lose seats in next week's general election, leaving Britain with a hung parliament, according to a surprise projection published yesterday. The Conservatives are likely to lose about 20 seats, leaving ...

US stocks dip as London gyrates with election polls - Yahoo Singapore News

Wall Street stocks declined for the second straight session Wednesday, as a Federal Reserve report pointed to ebbing optimism in companies around the United States. European markets were mixed, with the FTSE in London and the pound gyrating after ...

In graphic: Poll of polls with eight days to go - Belfast Telegraph

The seven-day rolling average of all published polls shows support for the Conservatives remains at 44%. With 8 days to go, support for the Tories is at 44% (Jane. 1 1 With 8 days to go, support for the Tories is at 44% (Jane Barlow/PA). May 31 2017.

UK PM Theresa May's election landslide in doubt as poll lead slips - Economic Times

LONDON: British PM Theresa May's ability to deliver a landslide majority in the June 8 election was in doubt on Tuesday after two more opinion polls showed the vote could be much tighter than previously thought. A total of seven polls carried out since ...

PM May's Conservatives Lead Labour by Six Points Ahead of June Election: the Sun - U.S. News & World Report

Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May speaks during a Q&A at Cross Manufacturing Company in Odd Down in Bath, Britain, May 31, 2017. REUTERS/Leon Neal/Pool Reuters. (Reuters) - Ahead of Britain's June 8 election, Prime Minister Theresa May's ...

Pound rises and FTSE 100 Index falls amid conflicting election polls - News & Star

London's blue-chip index fell from record heights and the pound bounced back as conflicting General Election polls led to choppy trading on the financial markets. The FTSE 100 Index had managed a mid-session record of 7,586.45, before giving up its ...

General election 2017: Where each party stands on Brexit - Telegraph.co.uk

Those are the words of Prime Minister Theresa May which have been repeated throughout her general election campaign. A divisive issue across the nation, May has accepted the people's vote and said she wants negotiations to be a success - something ...

Voters must ask themselves who they can truly trust - Telegraph.co.uk

Opinion pollsters have had a pretty poor record at predicting the outcome of elections for the best part of a quarter of a century. During the 1992 general election campaign they all pointed to a hung parliament; yet on the day the Conservatives under ...

Here's Why the UK Polls Are Suddenly Looking Worse for Theresa May - Fortune

Is U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May poised to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory at next week's elections? According to a poll by YouGov, published Wednesday by The Times of London, May's Conservatives are on course to lose their slim majority in ...

Stourbridge candidates set for General Election D-Day - Stourbridge News

THE snap General Election is almost upon us – we're just a week away from the polls opening and the gap between the two main parties was this week reportedly tightening. Conservative Prime Minister Theresa May started out well and truly in the lead but ...

The public saw right through the media's latest attempt to scaremonger about a Labour victory [TWEETS] - The Canary

As a new poll suggested that Theresa May may not win a majority in the upcoming election, the media rushed to highlight the effect of the news on the pound. But people were quick to declare the story 'fake news', and an attempt to scaremonger voters.

UK stocks post best month of the year as sterling swings - Moneyweb.co.za

LONDON – Britain's FTSE 100 ended its strongest month of the year on a quiet note on Wednesday as a choppy day for sterling, thanks to an increasingly cloudy picture painted by polls about next week's general election, gave investors little reason to ...

How Theresa May lost her nerve and forgot about the just about managing classes - ChronicleLive

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Theresa May's poll lead tightens to six points but she remains on course to win election, Sun survey reveals - The Sun

THERESA MAY'S lead over Labour has slipped to just six points, a new poll reveals today – but she is still on course to increase her majority. An exclusive survey for The Sun confirms that the election race is tightening even though the public still ...

Glory or ignominy for Theresa May? The polls can't decide - Yorkshire Coast Radio

The pollsters, it appears, cannot decide whether Theresa May is heading for glory or ignominy on 8 June. Those who follow the polls closely will be confused. Rest assured, those responsible for conducting the polls are confused too. As confused as they ...

Sterling bounces as new polls lean PM May's way - Reuters

FILE PHOTO: A bank employee counts pound notes at Kasikornbank in Bangkok, Thailand October 12, 2010. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang/File Photo. By Patrick Graham and Ritvik Carvalho | LONDON. LONDON Sterling recovered from its lowest level in ...

Don't Overlook Women in UK Election - Human Rights Watch

Domestic violence. Equal pay for equal work. Family leave. Child and forced marriage. People often dub these “women's issues,” and, in political debate, treat them as “softer” (read: less important) than, say, security or trade. That's a mistake with ...