May avoids debate as Labour cuts Tory lead


"Theresa May called this election because she is taking you for granted", said Leanne Wood, leader of the Welsh party Plaid Cymru.

Jeremy Corbyn unveiled his team of Brexit negotiators, moving to dispel accusations by Prime Minister Theresa May that his Labour Party isn't prepared for Brexit talks starting soon after next week's general election.

Scottish National Party (SNP) strategist Ross Colquhoun, however, pointed out that the number of people May could engage with physically is barely anything compared to those she could reach through a televised debate.

"I think debates where the politicians are squabbling amongst themselves doesn't do anything for the process of electioneering".

Mrs May continues to be the favourite for Prime Minister but her 43 per cent share is the lowest it has ever been.

But Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron, whose party has struggled for attention during the campaign, was the first to draw attention to the prime minister's absence.

He said: "Where do you think Theresa May is tonight?"

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"Take a look out your window".

"Her support appears to have plunged after the poor reception of the party manifesto, including plans to make more elderly voters pay for home care", the newspaper said.

Arguably the most powerful moment came when Mr Robertson said the debate about immigration "shames and demeans us all". "She won't turn up to these debates because her campaign of soundbites is falling apart", she said. With a week before the United Kingdom election, Labour seems to have the momentum, while PM Theresa May's aloof style is putting off voters.

Czarina, 6, left, watches as Labour Party leader, Jeremy Corbyn, arrives to launch the party's race and faith manifesto at an event in Watford, England, Tuesday May 30, 2017. Have you seen people sleeping around our stations? "Have you seen the level of poverty that exists because of your government's conscious decision on benefits".

Corbyn has argued that May's policy plans would create "war between generations".

He said Labour would "ensure our manufacturing industry and jobs are protected", and he was "absolutely sure" his spending plans added up.

In the televised debate, Rudd accused Corbyn of having drawn up a "fantasy wishlist" manifesto paid for with a magic "money tree", and noting that most of his MPs backed a failed coup against him a year ago.

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She dismissed her rivals' claims as "fanciful", saying they offered nothing but "bluff, bravado and tempting, shiny election promises".

He also told the best, and very British joke, as he advised viewers to switch over to Bake Off and "have a brew" rather than listen to Ms Rudd's final statement. Dubbed the "dementia tax", it has galvanized chronic fears about Tory austerity policies.

She said: "One more MP for the other parties makes no real difference but more Green MPs will be truly transformative".

The panel members also debated security and terrorism, the NHS and US President Donald Trump's decision to pull the US out of climate change agreements.

Jeremy Corbyn had previously said he would not take part, but did a U-Turn today, criticising the Tories for "a stage-managed arms-length campaign".

Mrs May sought to force the focus of the election campaign back on to her favoured topics of leadership and Brexit, repeating her warning that Mr Corbyn is not prepared for negotiations which will begin 11 days after the election. She added: "Why is she such a coward?"

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