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04 June 2017, 06:13 | Ruby West
New poll shows possible defeat for Theresa May
On the BBC1 programme, she hit out at Corbyn with her election mantra that he could only get into Downing Street "propped up by the Lib Dems and the Scottish Nationalists". With talks on Brexit - the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union - due to start two weeks or so from now, May was counting on projecting herself as a tough negotiator who would be best able to secure the most favourable exit terms for the country.
"We're not in the business of punishing people for getting on, on the contrary we want people to keep more of their earnings", Fallon toldthe Telegraph newspaper in an interview.
Pressed over his willingness to push the nuclear button in the face of an imminent threat, the Labour leader said: "I think the idea of anyone ever using a nuclear weapon anywhere in the world is utterly appalling and awful..."
He vowed to ensure that work pays, as well as to give people a sense of pride and goal, stressing the importance of creating a vibrant local economy in all parts of the country.
When I became Prime Minister, I promised that I would be driven by the interests of ordinary working families and not for the benefi t of the privileged few. But those personal characteristics as a tough woman blown out of proportion began to fall apart when the Conservative Party manifesto was released just recently.
Unlike traditional general elections, British people now are voting on an additional category aside from economics, health and education - the ballots will be deciding UK's program for European Union exit talks, which are set to change the future of the country for generations to come. "We have to be prepared to go in there, recognising that we're not willing to accept a bad deal".
The Brexit negotiations will start just 11 days after the election, so whoever is Prime Minister needs to be up to the job of deciding Britain's future. "Clearly this is a shocking decision by the CPS, given that I've done nothing wrong and I am confident that this will be made very clear as the matter progresses".
All I hear on the doorsteps is "Jeremy Corbyn's a f**king arsehole".
Not only has Labour eaten up ground on the Conservatives, but we are seeing major variation in estimates between pollsters releasing data on the same day. Some foresee, if not an outright Labor victory, then at least a hung Parliament.
"Even if you don't have groups infiltrating, nearly by definition if you have half Labour supporters they are likely to be younger and have more energy, they're likely to make more noise".
The party's parliamentary bloc was split by the Corbin campaign to bring it back to its socialist roots, nevertheless, with Corbyn's campaign displaying strong fondness of socialist roots and moving away from its centre-left position supported by former Prime Minister Tony Blair, the Labour Party lawmakers headed straight on for a crippling split.
After being criticised for failing to take part in a live TV debate with other party leaders, Mrs May said: "I don't think seven politicians arguing amongst themselves is that interesting or that revealing".
If you put your trust in me I will strive to be a leader worthy of our great country.
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