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

    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 ...and more »

  • Rudd, British opposition leaders clash in election debate - RTE.ie

    Rudd, British opposition leaders clash in election debate - RTE.ie;

    Leader of Britain's Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn and other senior opposition leaders piled into Home Secretary Amber Rudd over the British government's record in a heated General Election debate. Mr Corbyn challenged Ms Rudd over the Tory record on ...and more »

  • Election Debate: Party leaders gang up on May for no-show - Daily Mail

    Election Debate: Party leaders gang up on May for no-show - Daily Mail;

    Amber Rudd tonight warned Britons 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 ...and more »

  • Conservative lead narrows ahead of UK general election in what could be biggest upset since Brexit - NEWS.com.au

    Conservative lead narrows ahead of UK general election in what could be biggest upset since Brexit - NEWS.com.au;

    THE UK government could be on track for the most spectacular political backfire since Brexit, according to a poll just one week out from the general election. YouGov data released on Wednesday showed Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn could pick up enough ...and more »

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

    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 ...and more »

  • May 'taking voters for granted' with TV election debate no-show - Yahoo News UK

    May 'taking voters for granted' with TV election debate no-show - Yahoo News UK;

    Theresa May has been accused of taking voters for granted after she refused to take part in an election TV debate, which Jeremy Corbyn decided to join at the last minute. Announcing he would attend the BBC event, the Labour leader challenged the Tory ...and more »

  • BBC Debate: Jeremy Corbyn says Tories planning five more years of austerity - Belfast Telegraph

    BBC Debate: Jeremy Corbyn says Tories planning five more years of austerity - Belfast Telegraph;

    Liberal Democrats leader Tim Farron and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn take part in the BBC Election. 8 8 Liberal Democrats leader Tim Farron and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn take part in the BBC Election Debate hosted by BBC news presenter Mishal ...and more »

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

    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 ...and more »

  • Theresa May boycotts TV debate as UK election looms - SBS

    Theresa May boycotts TV debate as UK 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.and more »

  • From no-hoper to crowd-puller, Corbyn gains ground - Reuters UK

    From no-hoper to crowd-puller, Corbyn gains ground - Reuters UK;

    Jeremy Corbyn, leader of Britain's opposition Labour Party, speaks at a campaign event in Reading, May 31, 2017. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls. By William James | READING, England. READING, England For a radical socialist written off by many as a no-hoper ...and more »