Tories accused of spreading 'fake news' attack ads about Labour

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British Prime Minister Theresa May's gamble on a June 8 snap election has been thrust further into doubt after a Survation poll showed her Conservative Party's lead had dropped to a new low of just one percentage point.

"I wouldn't be surprised if we held onto some southern marginal seats against the Tories but lost some other safe seats with 6,000 vote majorities elsewhere", they said.

Another gentlemen in the audience said: "Would you use it as second use or would you allow North Korea or some idiot in Iran to bomb us and say "ooh, we better start talking", you'll be too late!"

Jeremy Corbyn has challenged Theresa May to spell out the impact of her "dementia tax" social care policy in the final days of the General Election campaign.

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The Lib Dems have also hit out at the policy, claiming the reforms could cause financial difficulties for councils, saying local authorities will be spending an additional £1.3bn each year on deferred payment agreements.

The two, who did not appear on screen together, but rather in separate segments on a BBC programme called Question Time. If you just talk amongst your friends, you're not going to get a peace processJeremy Corbyn tells it like it is - you don't make peace with your friends and you have to talk to both sides. Whether it's enough on election day depends upon ordinary people getting this message out there.

The two leaders were being quizzed consecutively and during May's outing the audience zoned in on her U-turns over the calling of the General Election and on social care. I could have stayed on and kept doing that job.

Kerrang! Editor James McMahon has called the edition "one of the most important issues we have ever made" with readers urged to "take the power back" and "make Britain a fairer place".

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He said it was a "shame" that Mrs May refused to debate head-to-head with him before the election. But Jeremy Corbyn stepped in and said, "No, let the Basildon firefighters in".

Senior polling experts have privately admitted being aware of groups of Labour activists - some of which are led by grassroots Jeremy Corbyn-supporting group Momentum - urging left wingers to apply to attend political events pretending to be Conservatives so as to give the impression Labour won the debate.

"No more can Britain try to sustain its economy on the back of growth in the financial sector in one corner of England", Mr Corbyn said.

Her comments were seized on by Mr Corbyn, who said the Conservative leadership was in disarray. They say the collapse of Labour in the polls over the past year, and the party's sudden resurgence, should not be a surprise.

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People with long memories say such live debates are a natural denouement of the culture of spin introduced along with the New Labour project since the mid-1990s, when a particular teflon style of communication was personified by Tony Blair and his adviser, Alistair Campbell.

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