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 ...

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 ...

General Election: When can I vote and when will we - London South East (registration) (blog)

(ShareCast News) - UK voters will go to the polls next Thursday in a crucial election which will have a major impact on how Britain enters negotiations with other European states to thrash out its departure from the bloc. Last year's Brexit referendum ...

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 ...

Strong and stable? Theresa May's election poll lead succumbs to outlier syndrome - The Register

I hate to say I told you so but, tell a lie, I told you so. As the election campaign heads into the home straight, could the unthinkable be on the cards? Could Theresa May, who started some four weeks ago with what was widely regarded as an ...