May stands over calling election as Corbyn is heckled on nuclear stance

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Corbyn, looking increasingly uncomfortable, simply said "no" when asked by Dimbleby if he would like to comment on that. Her Conservatives saw him as a shambolic joke who barely had the support of his own party.

Audience members also challenged Mr Corbyn over his promises to raise £48 billion in tax to pay for public services, with one man telling him Labour's manifesto read like "a letter to Santa Claus".

The former Conservative cabinet member, who quit as Secretary of State for Work and Pensions previous year, praised the Prime Minister, saying that by the end of the campaign the public will see her as "strong and tough".

Mrs May responded by defending her decision to go back on her initial position over an early vote saying she "had the balls to call an election". "They did kill a lot of people, didn't they?" he was asked. "I love a group hug meself!" Is Corbyn's campaign beginning to #feeltheBern?

Prime Minister Theresa May told supporters in northern England that Britain's vote almost one year ago to leave the European Union bloc will make a wealth of new opportunities available " if voters leave her in charge after the June 8 vote.

"Theresa May is a bad campaigner".

"We are fighting this election to win and we are mounting a fantastic campaign in order to get that message across of how different our society and our politics could be", he said. He won the Labour leadership against the odds and could do the same in the country, they reasoned. Sanders has praised Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the U.K. Labour Party, for his election campaign. We've had seven years of a Conservative government, seven years of austerity has failed. Corbyn advocates re-nationalising the railways, scrapping university tuition fees and extending free childcare.

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Bangladesh have taken huge strides. "They bowled really well", he said. "They bowled really well, especially in the middle part". However; he regretted that the selectors took too long to include the highly talented opener Fakhar Zaman in national team.

Page said that Labour's share of the vote included many younger voters who had not voted before.

And then there's a soft-spoken modesty he projects.

This is a remarkable change in fortunes for Labour, which was 24 points behind the ruling party when the snap general election was called in April by Prime Minister May.

"We're in the laboratory now, what's being discovered here, what's being researched here, similar kind of things are being done in all parts of the world".

In Britain's electoral system, voters choose their local representative in the House of Commons, rather than voting directly for the prime minister and, as candidates knock on doors to canvass support, for some Corbyn is no longer enough of a deterrent to stop them backing Labour.

A closer-than-expected result in the United Kingdom might yield a similar result for Corbyn. The public, however, is seemingly finding more favor with Corbyn's desire to discuss and be transparent with them, as they feel that in an election it is better, on a politician's part, to let the people know what their true plan is for the nation's political future.

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