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Jeremy Paxman hits May with brutal Brexit 'blowhard' jibe

09 Juin 2017

From May, he demanded to know when she realised she had got the "wrong answer to the biggest question in politics" - leaving it there for her to guess which of her political positions he was referring to.

Ms May was uncomfortable when she was challenged on her history of U-turns, on everything from calling an early election to a manifesto commitment on social care for older people.

As the June 8 election looms, May and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn are attempting to focus on issues where they believe their parties are strongest.

She said there was "no single measure" to change immigration figures, describing it as a "constant work".

Asked about the article on Sky News, he said: "We were searching for peace in the Middle East".

Corbyn, who became the head of Labour in 2015, is a hard-left politician whom the president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews said "most people in the Jewish community can't trust" because of Corbyn's praise for Hezbollah and Hamas and perceived failures in addressing anti-Semitic rhetoric by some of his supporters. Some 42 percent of respondents said May is able to keep Britain safe, compared with 24 percent for Corbyn.

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The Tories have slid in the polls after Ms May U-turned on a controversial proposal for a "dementia tax".

Labour's national election co-ordinator Andrew Gwynne said Mrs May needs to answer "crucial" questions over the plans.

The YouGov poll published on Thursday, the first major poll carried out since a suicide bomber killed 22 people in Manchester on Monday night, showed that May's lead had dropped to 5 percentage points from 9 points on Saturday and 18 points two weeks ago.

Political campaigning was suspended for several days after the Manchester attack but resumed on Friday. "We have to look at the evidence that is there at the time to make that fatal decision one way or the other". McConnell is the U.K.'s Shadow Chancellor. Her cold, mean-spirited vision of Britain was exposed. "At first sight, attending a wreath-laying ceremony of a known terrorist, who led one of the most notorious acts of worldwide terrorism, the attack on the Munich Olympics, would appear to be beyond the pale". "I don't have the same hairstyle, I don't have the same views".

Another member of the audience said he could not vote Labour due to Mr Corbyn's "ruthless, short-sighted" policies, which include raising corporation tax to 26%, a £10 an hour minimum wage and imposing VAT on private school fees. "Anti-terror laws are important but they must be subject to judicial oversight". Serious crime is up since the Tories came to office in 2010, and they have cut police numbers by over 20,000 in that time.

British Prime Minister Theresa May and her main challenger, Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, traded barbs Monday in back-to-back interviews as they battled over the nation's divorce from the European Union, health care and security ahead of an election next week. "Jeremy Corbyn would produce James Bonds who would be licensed to do absolutely nothing and police officers with one arm tied behind their back".

Jeremy Paxman hits May with brutal Brexit 'blowhard' jibe