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UK election: science spending pledges overshadowed by Brexit -

Parties promise more money for research, but scientists fear impact of split with European Union. Daniel Cressey. 31 May 2017. Article tools. PDF · Rights & Permissions. Anthony Devlin/Reuters. Conservative party leader Theresa May, seen visiting an ...and more »

Theresa May sees the election as a distraction – I bet she wishes she could get her hands on whichever idiot called it - The Independent

Theresa May has been criticised for not going on the BBC's TV debate, but as she said of Jeremy Corbyn, instead of going on television he “should be paying attention to Brexit negotiations. That's what I'm doing”. This would be an extremely valid point ...and more »

British Election: Anti-Brexit Liberal Democrat Leader Tim Farron on His Party's Comeback Fight - Newsweek

Tim Farron Leader of the Liberal Democrats Party, Tim Farron, makes a speech at the launch of the party's General Election campaign in Kingston-Upon-Thames, Britain, May 1. Reuters/Peter Nicholls. Share. World Brexit Theresa May Liberal Democrats Tim ...and more »

Corbyn challenges Theresa May over 'dementia tax' - Sky News

Labour describes the Conservatives' decision not to reveal what the care cap will be as "staggering". 12:17, UK, Saturday 03 June 2017. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn delivers a speech on Brexit in Essex. Image: 'Theresa May's only offer to pensioners is ...and more »

'He actually cares': why young voters are backing Corbyn's Labour - The Guardian

Polls predict the majority of young people will vote for Jeremy Corbyn's party on 8 June. Here, some of them tell us why. Carmen Fishwick and Guardian readers. Thu 1 Jun 2017 02.00 EDT Last modified on Sun 25 Jun 2017 14.48 EDT. Share on Facebook ...and more »

General election 2017: May, Corbyn and their tiny charmed circles - BBC News

Theresa May's centre stage tonight - again - so's Jeremy Corbyn - again. They're both facing questions and a live audience on the BBC's Question Time, leaders special programme. They couldn't do all the talking themselves in this election but few other ...and more »

Labour and the Tories start to spell out their differences on Brexit - The Guardian

Jeremy Corbyn promised a more consensual approach to Brexit negotiations on a campaign stop in Basildon. Photograph: Will Oliver/EPA. Labour and the Conservatives agree on one thing about Brexit: it will be fine as long as they are the ones elected ...and more »

British Divided on Brexit Impact as New Elections Loom - Pew Research Center's Global Attitudes Project

British Prime Minister Theresa May has called a “snap” election for June 8, the first general election since the June 2016 referendum in which the public narrowly voted in favor of a British exit, or Brexit, from the European Union. A new Pew Research ...and more »

Corbyn stumbles over manifesto childcare policy - Financial Times

Jeremy Corbyn has stumbled in an interview on BBC's Woman's Hour, unable to provide a figure for the cost of Labour's flagship childcare policy. Asked repeatedly to give a cost for Labour's policy of providing childcare for 1.3m parents, Mr Corbyn was ...and more »

Labour paper leak: Corbyn denies wanting 'uncontrolled migration' - The Guardian

Speaking in London, Jeremy Corbyn said Labour's position on immigration was set out in the party manifesto. Photograph: Peter Nicholls/Reuters. Jeremy Corbyn dismissed Theresa May's claim that he wants “uncontrolled migration” after a leaked Labour ...and more »