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  • UK election: Conservatives' Facebook ad attacking Corbyn gets millions of views - The Australian

    UK election: Conservatives' Facebook ad attacking Corbyn gets millions of views - The Australian;

    A US-style “attack ad” showing Jeremy Corbyn opposing anti-terrorism legislation that was released after the Manchester bombing has become the most-watched advert in British political history. The one-minute clip has been viewed almost 5 million times ...and more »

  • UK election: Jeremy Corbyn ridicules Theresa May for refusing to debate as race tightens - ABC Online

    UK election: Jeremy Corbyn ridicules Theresa May for refusing to debate as race tightens - ABC Online;

    Britain's main Opposition Leader has castigated Prime Minister Theresa May for refusing to debate him on live television, as narrowing opinion polls injected drama into the country's election campaign. In a last-minute change of plan, Labour Party ...and more »

  • Theresa May's Lead in British Polls Narrows After Missteps - New York Times

    Theresa May's Lead in British Polls Narrows After Missteps - New York Times;

    Jeremy Corbyn, center, the Labour Party leader, greeted supporters in Reading, England, on Wednesday. Labour has gained ground in recent polls, putting pressure on Prime Minister Theresa May and her Conservative Party. Credit Ben Stansall/Agence ...and more »

  • 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 »

  • Election debate: Corbyn vows to axe £30bn student debt - Daily Mail

    Election debate: Corbyn vows to axe £30bn student debt - Daily Mail;

    Jeremy Corbyn has pledged to reduce or even write off £30billion of student debt, without saying how it would be paid for. In another costly spending commitment aimed at younger voters, Mr Corbyn said he wanted to 'ameliorate' the debt owed by ...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 »

  • Don't leave Brexit talks to a divided and unprepared Labour and a leader who doesn't know what he wants - The Sun

    Don't leave Brexit talks to a divided and unprepared Labour and a leader who doesn't know what he wants - The Sun;

    IMAGINE that you're buying a second-hand car. As you sit down opposite the dealer, you say: “Look, before we start, I want you to know that there's no way I'm leaving without buying your vehicle. Now let's talk about the money.” How do you suppose the ...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 »

  • Letters: Conservative heavyweights must rally to champion their policies and hold Labour to account - Telegraph.co.uk

    Letters: Conservative heavyweights must rally to champion their policies and hold Labour to account - Telegraph.co.uk;

    SIR – Am I alone in thinking we should be electing a government, not a president? The Tory strategy of pursuing a single issue – competence in Brexit negotiations – fronted single-handedly by the Prime Minister, to the exclusion of all other policies ...and more »

  • Seven days to keep Corbyn out of power, May warns voters - Daily Mail

    Seven days to keep Corbyn out of power, May warns voters - Daily Mail;

    Theresa May today warns voters they have just seven days to ensure the 'promise of Brexit' is not squandered by Jeremy Corbyn. With just a week to go until polling day, the Prime Minister will offer an upbeat assessment of Brexit, saying it offers the ...and more »