Tories sink to fifth in London, poll shows — European Union elections

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At the last European elections in 2014, Labour finished top with 37 per cent of the vote, while the Conservatives came second with 23 per cent.

"There has however been a lack of progress, and talks could even collapse".

YouGov has the Conservatives coming first in the general election but losing almost half their parliamentary seats.

The ruling UK Conservative Party is expected to suffer a major setback in the upcoming elections to the European Parliament due to the "complete ignorance of their own voters", who instead turn to the freshly minted Brexit Party, Member of European Parliament Steven Woolfe told Sputnik.

May has indicated she won't stay in office for the next general election, and The Times of London reported that she will meet with her party's 1922 Committee this week, where she is likely to face further pressure to name a timetable for her departure from 10 Downing Street.

The latest travel by Olly Robbins comes amid the ongoing cross-party talks between the British ruling and opposition parties to break a current impasse.

"Given the gridlock on Brexit in British politics the odds of a Hard Brexit remain high".

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Asked about the possibility of holding further indicative votes, they added that Mrs May had made clear before the cross-party talks began that she would look at asking MPs to vote again on a range of options if the two sides failed to reach an agreement.

"We believe that a customs union-based deal with Labour will very likely lose the support of Conservative MPs like us who backed the withdrawal agreement in March (in many cases very reluctantly), and you would be unlikely to gain as many Labour MPs to compensate".

Cross-party Brexit talks were believed to be close to collapse last night after Downing Street firmly rejected demands for any compromise deal to include a referendum that could keep the United Kingdom in the EU.

His showdown was announced in 24 hours after former Secretary of State for Defence Gavin Williamson said that May's attempts to conclude Brexit deal with the Labor Party "were meant to fail".

British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said European Union leaders did not want an extension beyond the new deadline of October 31, when the legal default is to leave with or without a deal.

Established political parties fear that Nigel Farage's Brexit Party will do very well at their expense - and also expect that confusion over centrist parties will split the vote of those who want to stay in the EU. A customs deal until the next general election as a compromise to enable the Conservative Party to move on, elect a new leader and then decide...

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