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UK PM May's Lead Narrows After Manchester Attack Placing Landslide Win in Doubt - U.S. News & World Report;

UK PM May's Lead Narrows After Manchester Attack Placing Landslide Win in Doubt - U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World ReportUK PM May's Lead Narrows After Manchester Attack Placing Landslide Win in DoubtU.S. News & World ReportBritain's Prime Minister Theresa May listens to the French President during a bilateral meeting at the G7 Summit in Taormina, Sicily, May 26, 2017. REUTERS/Stephane De Sakutin/Pool Reuters. By Guy Faulconbridge and Michael Holden. LONDON (Reuters) ...and more »

Polls show Conservative lead over Labour shrinking as vote approaches - The Bolton News;

Polls show Conservative lead over Labour shrinking as vote approaches - The Bolton News

The Bolton NewsPolls show Conservative lead over Labour shrinking as vote approachesThe Bolton NewsDon't be the last to know! Get the latest local news straight to your inbox. Sign up. A clutch of new General Election polls have shown the Conservative lead over Labour shrinking as the June 8 vote approaches, including one which put Theresa May's ...and more »

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

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

BBC NewsGeneral election 2017: Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn face-off over securityBBC NewsTheresa 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 ...and more »

British PM May's lead halves to 6 pct points - ORB poll - Daily Mail

British PM May's lead halves to 6 pct points - ORB pollDaily MailLONDON, May 27 (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May's lead over the opposition Labour Party has narrowed to 6 percentage points from 12 points a week ago, according to an ORB poll published on Saturday. Ahead of the June 8 election, ORB put ...and more »

Pound traders sweat as narrowing polls boost election jitters - Gulf Times;

Pound traders sweat as narrowing polls boost election jitters - Gulf Times

Gulf TimesPound traders sweat as narrowing polls boost election jittersGulf TimesThe UK elections are getting tighter, which could mean a nervy couple of weeks for pound traders. Sterling dropped on Friday, rounding off the worst week this year, as a poll showed Theresa May's Conservative Party leading the main opposition Labour ...and more »

Conservative lead over Labour shrinking ahead of General Election, polls show - Clacton and Frinton Gazette

Conservative lead over Labour shrinking ahead of General Election, polls showClacton and Frinton GazetteA brace of new General Election polls have shown the Conservative lead over Labour shrinking as the June 8 vote approaches. An Opinium poll for The Observer found the Tory advantage had fallen from 13 to 10 points over the past week, with Theresa ...and more »

Poll shows Conservative lead over Labour shrinking as vote approaches - BT.com;

Poll shows Conservative lead over Labour shrinking as vote approaches - BT.com

BT.comPoll shows Conservative lead over Labour shrinking as vote approachesBT.comAn Opinium poll for The Observer found the Tory advantage had fallen from 13 to 10 points over the past week, with Theresa May's party on 45% (down one point), with Labour on 35% (up two), Liberal Democrats on 7% (down one) and Ukip on 5% ...and more »

Theresa May's lead falls to 12 points from 18, new poll - The Sydney Morning Herald;

Theresa May's lead falls to 12 points from 18, new poll - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning HeraldTheresa May's lead falls to 12 points from 18, new pollThe Sydney Morning HeraldLondon: British Prime Minister Theresa May's lead over the opposition Labour Party has narrowed by 6 percentage points ahead of the June 8 election, according to a ComRes poll. The poll for the Sunday Mirror and the Independent newspapers, carried out ...and more »

Labour will do well to lose only 29 seats, says Unite leader - pppFocus;

Labour will do well to lose only 29 seats, says Unite leader - pppFocus

pppFocusLabour will do well to lose only 29 seats, says Unite leaderpppFocusAlongside its manifesto, Labour also detailed how it would pay for spending commitments worth nearly 50 billion pounds ($60 billion), through hikes in corporation tax, higher income tax for the top five percent of earners and new levies. Labour pledged ...and more »

Theresa May retains lead in new poll taken after Manchester bombing - The Independent;

Theresa May retains lead in new poll taken after Manchester bombing - The Independent

The IndependentTheresa May retains lead in new poll taken after Manchester bombingThe IndependentTheresa May retains a 12-point lead in a ComRes opinion poll for The Independent – a finding that will steady Conservative nerves after a YouGov poll on Friday showed the lead narrowing to just five points. Despite growing support for Labour and Jeremy ...and more »

New poll finds Corbyn slashing May's majority to just 2 seats - Bangladesh News 24 hours;

New poll finds Corbyn slashing May's majority to just 2 seats - Bangladesh News 24 hours

Bangladesh News 24 hoursNew poll finds Corbyn slashing May's majority to just 2 seatsBangladesh News 24 hoursBritain's Prime Minister Theresa May addresses Conservative parliamentary candidates for London and the south east at the Dhamecha Lohana Centre in Harrow, north west London, May 8, 2017. Reuters. Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of Britain's opposition ...and more »

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

UK PM May's lead narrows to 10 percentage points: Opinium pollReuters CanadaLONDON (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 ...and more »

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

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

Liverpool EchoJeremy Corbyn tells ECHO how he'll spend £10bn to connect Liverpool, Manchester and HullLiverpool EchoJeremy 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 ...and more »

Theresa May school meal policy 'more Oliver Twist than Jamie Oliver', says Nick Clegg - The Independent;

Theresa May school meal policy 'more Oliver Twist than Jamie Oliver', says Nick Clegg - The Independent

The IndependentTheresa May school meal policy 'more Oliver Twist than Jamie Oliver', says Nick CleggThe IndependentLib Dems highlight concerns with digital poster reading: 'Please Theresa, May I have some more?' Shaun Connolly; 7 hours ago. 0. Click to follow. Indy Politics. clegg.jpg Nick Clegg. Theresa May should follow the example of Jamie Oliver, not Oliver ...and more »

Corbyn under fire for war on terror speech - AppsforPCdaily;

Corbyn under fire for war on terror speech - AppsforPCdaily

AppsforPCdailyCorbyn under fire for war on terror speechAppsforPCdailyThe 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 ...and more »

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

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

Washington PostManchester bombing makes terrorism central campaign issue in June electionsWashington PostLONDON -- 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 ...and more »

Jeremy Corbyn accused over 'inappropriate and crassly timed' speech on terror - Normangee Star;

Jeremy Corbyn accused over 'inappropriate and crassly timed' speech on terror - Normangee Star

Normangee StarJeremy Corbyn accused over 'inappropriate and crassly timed' speech on terrorNormangee StarAuthorities are chasing possible links between the Abedi and militants in Manchester, elsewhere in Europe, and in North Africa and the Middle East. Britain's security level has been upgraded to “critical” meaning officials believe another attack may be ...and more »

UK opposition leader links terrorism to foreign wars - pppFocus;

UK opposition leader links terrorism to foreign wars - pppFocus

pppFocusUK opposition leader links terrorism to foreign warspppFocusLondon police say extra security is being added for major sporting events this weekend including the FA Cup Final at Wembley Stadium. Ms Davidson said: “This is going to focus minds on the idea that there could potentially be a Jeremy Corbyn prime ...and more »

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

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

Mirror.co.uk6 times Tories said exactly what they are now attacking Jeremy Corbyn for saying about the war on terrorMirror.co.ukJeremy 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.and more »

May attacks Corbyn as her support hits new low - Normangee Star;

May attacks Corbyn as her support hits new low - Normangee Star

Normangee StarMay attacks Corbyn as her support hits new lowNormangee Star“Seeing the army on our streets is a stark reminder that the current approach is not working very well”, Mr. Corbyn told a gathering in central London, as parties resumed their campaigning days after the attack on the Manchester Arena, which killed 22 ...and more »