UK PM May's Conservatives on course for bigger majority

"People want to be connected to this election more than ever before", said Ms. Malhotra, as polls in recent weeks have shown a dramatic rise in support for the Labour party across the country, including in some London regions that were strongholds for the Conservatives.

A daily constituency-by-constituency estimate by pollster YouGov suggested the Conservatives could emerge from the June 8 election with 304 Commons seats - down 26 from the end of the previous parliament - compared with Labour's 266 (up 37), with the Scottish National Party on 46 (down eight) and the Lib Dems on 12 (up three). However, the latest poll conducted by ComRes shows that voting intentions are now at 47 percent for the Tories while Labor is at 35 percent.

The Foreign Secretary claimed the "herbivorous" Labour leader would be "eaten for breakfast" by Brussels bureaucrats in Brexit negotiations.

British Prime Minister, Theresa May reacts as she speaks to workers at a campaign event in Cross Manufacturing factory, during the battle bus tour of the United Kingdom in Bath, Britain, 31 May 2017.

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Several other polls are due to published before voters go to the polls on Thursday. Theresa May's campaign, which has more strongly focused on her seems to have had an impact, with 41% of those planning to vote Tory saying the leader of the party was the most important thing to them.

The move was condemned by the opposition parties, with Lib Dem leader Tim Farron accusing her of "simply posturing", having been prepared to offer up the police for "cut after cut" when she was home secretary.

"We will negotiate tariff-free access to the European market, we will protect those consumer rights and rights at work that we have got from the EU and we will work with the EU in the future".

"We can do something very special on Thursday". Critics point out that while she served as Home Secretary for six years, the number of police officers in England and Wales fell by almost 20,000.Work and Pensions Secretary Damian Green criticised "irresponsible scaremongering" by Labour and insisted the Tories "will always look after the most vulnerable". "I will listen to what they (the police) think is necessary for us to do".

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Mr Corbyn joked that he was "coping" with the Tories' personal attacks on him and stressed the importance of running a positive election campaign.

"He's had a very positive campaign and he has grown in his leadership and as an electoral campaigner", said Ms. Malhotra, who resigned from Mr. Corbyn's shadow cabinet a year ago, over Mr. Corbyn's leadership.

"If you are a Labour supporter who lives somewhere where the only way of beating the Conservative candidate is a Liberal Democrat, then I need you to lend me your vote".

"I have never indulged in personal abuse and I never will".

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