General election 2017 quiz: which party should I vote for?

General election 2017 quiz: which party should I vote for?

General election 2017 quiz: which party should I vote for?

The Conservative leader was asked why she had changed her mind on holding an election, and on her position towards the United Kingdom leaving the European Union.

Analysis by Labour suggests that 10.8 million pensioners may lose out if the benefit is restricted to those eligible for pension credit - although the Conservatives have not set out how the means test would work.

Mrs May refused to give a figure for how much she would be willing to pay the European Union in Brexit "divorce" settlement, and she was also challenged over a U-turn on controversial social care plans for England, which saw an as-yet unknown cap added to elderly care costs.

The general election will be held on June 8. They'll choose from 3303 candidates standing in 650 parliamentary constituencies. "The most effective use of [Trident] is not to use it". Instead, May sent her Interior Minister, Amber Rudd, who dismissed the leaders as members of a "coalition of chaos". If that happens, an quake will be felt across Europe, one that may be just as powerful as the seismic activity felt after Brexit.

Jeremy Corbyn on the campaign trail.

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Immigration is one of the hot button issues of the election, an issue complicated by Bexit, the rights of EU citizens in the United Kingdom, and the European refugee crisis.

The Tories have committed to reducing net migration to the tens of thousands. Ex-miners who moved from Labour to UKIP 2 years ago told us they were now going to vote "for her". The party has promised "fair immigration rules".

The economy has also loomed large over the campaign. Some were still uncomfortable saying they were voting "Conservative".

Housing minister Gavin Barwell told the Daily Mail that Labour plans to reverse Conservative increases in the inheritance tax threshold would hit 1.2 million homes worth between £650,000 and £850,000 in what he termed a "punishing" tax hike. Hotel stays for party workers helping with Mr Mackinlay's campaign were paid for by the national party, rather than by his own restricted budget for local expenses.

Healthcare - including funding for the National Health Service (NHS) - education, defence and welfare have also featured prominently in the campaign.

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THERESA MAY defended her decision to go back on her previous pledge and call a snap election as she was questioned by voters in a live TV event broadcast from York.

The Labour leader followed the Prime Minister onto a BBC Question Time special, but the two did not face each other in a debate.

To which Corbyn replied: "I would do everything that I can to ensure that any threat is actually dealt with earlier on by negotiations and by talks".

Even the professional pollsters are struggling to read the likely outcome - "estimates are all over the place", says the Daily Telegraph's Asa Bennett.

But Brexit Secretary David Davis acknowledged that the Tories can not promise to hit the target, which has been missed over the past seven years since first being formulated by David Cameron.

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A party spokesperson called the charges "unfounded", but with under a week to go before the United Kingdom votes, this is yet another headache for Mrs May.

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