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Jeremy Corbyn will not 'realistically' win the election, Labour MP tells constituents

Jeremy Corbyn will not 'realistically' win the election, Labour MP tells constituents

According to the poll, carried out online between May 31 and June 2 among 2,038 people, the Tories are now up one point on 47 percent and Labour, also up one point, on 35 percent.

The Conservatives have been accused of spreading fake news after one of their propaganda videos was edited to suggest Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn had seemingly refused to condemn the IRA.

Labour said Fallon's comments showed the Conservatives were protecting higher earners at the expense of the less well-off.

She focused on Brexit and attacks on Labour over the question of leadership.

The latest instalment, an 85-second montage of quotes by Corbyn, was viewed 5.3 million times - triple the average of the party's other campaign videos. For Corbyn the questioning started more gently, but he became irritable when repeatedly asked about whether he'd be prepared to use nuclear weapons. It commits a Labour government to renationalise the railways, post and water, to abolish fees for university study, and to build housing for all.

He said it was a "shame" that May refused to debate head-to-head with him before the election, and accused May of failing to stand up to the U.S. over its withdrawal from the Paris climate accord.

The new Labour leader, who is a committed socialist, was first elected leader in 2015 and then reelected in 2016. It has also promised to consult Parliament more closely throughout the negotiations.




In the final TV event of the campaign featuring the leaders of the two major parties, the Prime Minister and Leader of the Opposition faced a 45-minute barrage from members of the public. Different from Blair, Corbyn was a radical backbench MP throughout his parliamentary career that began in 1983.

His stance won support from some. The odds were 200-1 against Corbyn winning - but he did win.

On Friday morning, the Crown Prosecution Service announced it would charge three people with election offences. He hasn't changed his views about anything since the 1970s - he would nationalize industry if he could, he has never been too keen on North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, nuclear defense or the British army - and somehow that makes him seem honest.

Of those planning to vote Conservative, 68.7% are now supporting the policy, although Labour voters are still against, 50.2%, as are Lib Dem voters, 50%, while UKIP voters are undecided, 41.7% said they didn't know if they supported the policy.

After hosting a roundtable discussion with pensioners in Lincoln on Saturday, Corbyn was asked if he would keep the British people safe as prime minister. Such a statement reveals the inbuilt hostility of important sections of the British establishment to any hint of radical social or economic change. It will provide free education to all, young and old.

The Tory manifesto also commits to targeting the winter fuel payment at the "least well-off pensioners". Her plan to take the savings and property of those suffering from dementia was met with anger from the public, and within a day of the announcement, she was forced to backtrack. Nor is it likely that they will take kindly to her repeated electoral pledges that she will highly restrict the free movement of labor to the United Kingdom from the continent, and that the U.K. will not abide by the decisions of the European Court of Justice.

If the Labour Party fails to win the election, it will not be because the Tories have better policies than Corbyn'sLabour Party, but because of the sabotage created by its own MPs. If Corbyn pulls off a miracle and wins, it will signal a fundamental change not only for Britain but for the entire world.


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