YouGov Poll: British PM May Could Lose Majority in June 8 Election

On the trip she defended her decision not to take part: "I've been taking Jeremy Corbyn on directly week on and week out in PMQs".

The events will go ahead with shadow education secretary Angela Rayner and shadow health secretary Jon Ashworth filling in, a Labour source said.

People on Twitter were left feeling very confused, since the colours represent the value of the money and not what can be bought with it, though some expressed their keenness to make the most of her misunderstanding of the classic board game and challenged her to a game.

"We have cut the deficit, we have reduced taxes for the lowest paid and we have made sure that we have continued to invest in the NHS, which is getting another £8bn a year by the end of this parliament", she said.

Mr Corbyn had also previously refused to take part in a leaders' debate unless Mrs May also took part.

Even if May can cling on to power - say, if she keeps her majority but it is reduced to single figures - her authority will be severely undermined and Brexit negotiators in Brussels will be confident they can weaken Britain's hand in talks.

Speaking on security, UKIP leader Paul Nuttall said while British foreign policy in Iraq and Libya were "fundamentally wrong", they were not to blame for the attack in Manchester that killed 22 people.

Britain's main opposition leader castigated Prime Minister Theresa May for refusing to debate him on live television Wednesday, as narrowing opinion polls injected drama into the country's election campaign.

An angry Mr Corbyn was then applauded when he immediately shot back at her: "Have you been to a food bank?"

While Brennan added that despite the projection of a hung parliament, "equity markets continued to look through any political uncertainty", with the FTSE100 hitting a record high and the S&P500 just below an all-time high. "We won't roll the dice".

"Now the Conservatives want five more years of cuts to our vital public services to fund tax handouts for the wealthy few".

Ms Lucas, who performed strongly throughout, said Ms Rudd's response on disability benefits was "downright insulting".

"Have you seen the levels of poverty that exist because of your government's conscious decisions on benefits?" "She might be outside your house sizing it up to pay for your social care".

"I've been taking Jeremy Corbyn on directly week in and week out at Prime Minister's Questions" in the House of Commons, she said. "We'll put our views out there, let the people decide".

"Our democracy deserves proper debate between party leaders, not just setpiece speeches and one-to-one interviews and Q&As".

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