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British PM May says June election result 'not certain' despite front-runner status

British PM May says June election result 'not certain' despite front-runner status

There was a meeting in February in London, Mr Corbyn said, during which he assembled his plan for going forward with the EU. We can't win, they say, because we don't play their game. "Nine months on, we still have no idea what values underpin the kind of Brexit deal they want".

He added: "Walking away and trading under World Trade Organisation conditions will mean the manufacturing industry in this country would be severely damaged".

However, he said he would not be attempting to reverse Brexit.

"We're gaining support and we're gaining a huge amount of ground".

On the topic of education, Mr Corbyn said: "In schools in England where the Tory cuts have been biting the hardest, what are they doing?"

May is predicted to lead the Conservatives to victory with a bigger majority in June. Either way an SNP majority with a manifesto commitment to hold ScotRef before Brexit would destroy any claims about the SNP not having a mandate for a second Section 30 referendum.

Corbyn said in the vote the debate should be about the battle between "the Conservatives, the party of privilege and the richest, versus the Labour party, the party that is standing up for working people", not on pulling Britain out of the EU.

"That is despite the £9 billion cut the Tories have made to the Welsh Government's budget".

"Or the choice is a Labour Party whose natural instinct is to always raise taxes".

"These rules have created a cosy cartel which rigs the system in favour of a few powerful and wealthy individuals and corporations". Things can and they will change.

He accused multinational firms of "monopolising the wealth that should be shared by each and everyone of us in the whole country".

A failure to do so would give Mrs May, who has said "no deal is better than a bad deal", a "free hand" to pursue a "Brexit at any cost", with no option for the United Kingdom to change its mind about leaving the European Union if the exit terms are unpalatable.

Now, one reason we will see more of this approach in the next seven weeks is that necessity is the mother of re-invention. Not only does it suggest the Prime Minister is more fearful of her rivals (chiefly the Liberal Democrats, stalwart as they are in their support for a soft Brexit) but that the Prime Minister really can not defend her government's Brexit strategy.

"While no political party could ever object to breaching the 50 per cent barrier for the first time this century, this spectacular headline result masks a real danger for the Tories", said ComRes Chairman Andrew Hawkins. Corbyn could be awful and blow it, or scandal might dent Tory ambitions, so you can never be sure. "We need to show people how it is possible to disagree well with each other, and we need to call out bad behaviour wherever we encounter it".

LAUNCHING her general election campaign in Egerton on Wednesday, Theresa May tried to pretend that her snap election is all about Brexit.

He was also asked by a reporter from ITV how he could believe that he would be PM if Labour was now a "tainted brand".

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