Thursday, June 8, 2017

UK Election 2017: Theresa May, Jeremy Corbyn vote as polling gets under way across UK

British Prime Minister Theresa May, representing the Conservatives, cast her ballot early Thursday morning in her constituency of Maidenhead, as police patrol polling stations to keep stations safe. Her closest rival, the Labour candidate, Jeremy Corbyn, also arrived early in his constituency of Islington to cast his vote.

      Millions of voters are heading to the ballot box across the country in another historic general election, with polls open from 7:00 am to 10:00 pm.
Some voters reported queues of people ready to vote in what has been termed “Brexit election,” as Theresa May issued an eve-of-poll rallying call last night to “reignite the British spirit.”
Opinion polls continue to suggest a Conservative Party –  Tory lead but early predictions of a landslide win have diminished after a series of policy blunders including the so-called dementia tax.

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