Major Labour donor threatens to stand against Jeremy Corbyn in general election unless he quits as leader - The Independent

One of Labour's biggest donors has announced he will stand against Jeremy Corbyn if he does not step down as leader of the party before the General election. Michael Foster, whose family has given the Labour Party £400,000 since 2010, wrote a ...

Opposition gains in British election - The Tribune

Three opinion polls showed a rise in support for Britain's opposition Labour Party, although Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservatives maintained a commanding lead ahead of a June 8 election expected to define the terms of the country's EU exit. The ...

Labour figures call for candidates to step aside for Greens in two seats - The Guardian

Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour leader. A group is pressing the party leadership on the issue of progressive alliance. Photograph: Darren Staples/Reuters. General election 2017. Labour figures call for candidates to step aside for Greens in two seats. Former ...

British PM May's Conservatives see lead slip to 17 points: Opinium poll - Normangee Star

Prime Minister Theresa May took the country by surprise last week by calling for a general election to be held on June 8, hoping to increase her Conservative Party's slim parliamentary majority. “Unlikely, I think you'll agree”. Separate analysis of ...

Don't Be Fooled By The Spin - Labour Is Offering A Clear Alternative To A Tory Hard Brexit - HuffPost UK

Since Shadow Brexit Secretary Sir Keir Starmer laid out Labour's Brexit strategy on Tuesday, the party has been pilloried in the press and by its political opponents as being too subtle (to quote the BBC headline) on the details of exiting the European ...

British prime minister, Corbyn trade blows in final pre-election clash - Alive For Football

In Labour's first major policy statement on the issue of the election campaign, the party on Monday signalled that it would take a different approach to the two-year process of negotiating the European Union exit - expected to start in June, the BBC ...

Tony Blair: Labour can 'win at any point' - Herald Scotland

Tony Blair thinks Labour can "win at any point" as he suggests the party just needs to commit to winning an election. In an apparent attack on the "hard left" stance of Jeremy Corbyn's party, the former prime minister said the vision being offered by ...

Polls: Labour Gains Support, Conservatives Still Lead - Normangee Star

The Tories are on course win 42 per cent of the vote compared to Labour's 31 per cent, the poll shows. Jeremy Corbyn will on Saturday make a direct plea to young people to “step up” and register to vote to stop the Conservatives “holding them back ...

Theresa May aims to woo Labour voters with Brexit strength pitch - ClickLancashire

Her visit is timely, with Labour on the back foot over its plans for Brexit and an opinion poll suggesting her Conservatives are on track to win a majority of parliamentary seats in Wales for the first time in more than 100 years. "A failure by both ...

Labour MP: 'Election is not about changing Government' - Alive For Football

Nearly exactly 20 years since Tony Blair led Labour to the first of three consecutive election victories, the party is languishing in the polls ahead of the June 8 vote. "Every Conservative vote will strengthen the UK's negotiating position in Europe ...

General Election 2017: May warns ministers against complacency - AppsforPCdaily

The UK's main opposition Labour Party has vowed a new plan for Britain's exit from the European Union (EU) and said it would also scrap Prime Minister Theresa May's plans if they win in June's snap general elections, the media reported. The Prime ...

Theresa May will be the next Prime Minister, Tony Blair predicts - Normangee Star

Britain's opposition Labour Party on Tuesday announced it would guarantee the right of European Union citizens residing in the country if it wins a general election slated for June 8. “Until you realise that she has tied her own hands in the ...

Labour can win an election 'at any point it wants to', says Tony Blair - The Independent

Labour could win an election “at any point it wants to”, Tony Blair has said, as he mounted a passionate defence of his record in government and urged his party to return to the centre ground. The former prime minister was speaking days before the 20 ...

Labour gains in British polls, but May's party keeps strong lead - pppFocus

But the Labour leader said she was appearing only at “staged” events in front of party activists, while he was attending public events and meeting ordinary voters. “It is the mind-set that negotiates hard for better conditions in the workplace”. The ...

Theresa May: 'I'm not in a different Galaxy” - Yahoo News

In her first major television appearance, since calling a snap general election for 8th June, British Prime Minister Theresa May has warned that Brexit negotiations will be 'tough'. With her party's considerable lead in the polls shrinking May also ...

Labour donor pledges to stand against `blinkered´ leader Corbyn in election - Alive For Football

Theresa May claimed German chancellor Angela Merkel's tough stance on Brexit shows Jeremy Corbyn is too "weak" to lead European Union divorce talks. In the village of Crathes, Aberdeenshire, where several journalists complained of a lack of mobile ...

British election: Labour offers Brexit pledge on European Union nationals - Normangee Star

The Conservatives also said that only they had a clear plan for exiting the EU. “After all, we provide the rails, we provide the trains and they make the profits from running them”, he said. “We do not accept that Brexit has to mean whatever Theresa ...

Labour election losses could bolster Corbyn's support – thinktank - The Guardian

The research by Policy Network, which is headed by Peter Mandelson, suggests a Tory landslide would leave a greater proportion of Corbyn supporters in the parliamentary Labour party. Photograph: Darren Staples/Reuters. Labour ...

Opposition gains in British polls, but May's party keeps strong lead - TODAYonline

Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May speaks at an election campaign rally near Aberdeen in Scotland. Photo: Reuters. mail · print. View all 0 comments. Tweet · Share. Published: 8:20 AM, April 30, 2017. Updated: 8:15 PM, April 30, 2017. LONDON - Three ...

POLLS: Labour has stopped haemorrhaging support ahead of the United Kingdom general election - Normangee Star

In what was Corbyn's most personal speech so far in the election campaign he said, “if leaders go unchallenged, they can make some of the most damaging mistakes”. Indeed, Blair is “deluded” if he really thinks that “making sure people know that voting ...