May, Corbyn clash over Brexit plans with UK vote 1 week away

The poll points to a remarkable change in fortunes for the Tories, which had a 24-point lead over Labour when the snap general election was called in April.

Labour says the money will come through a new National Investment Bank and a network of Regional Development Banks and a National Transformation Fund.

At a construction equipment firm in Guisborough on the edge of the Yorkshire Moors, where giant diggers lined up in the auto park, May vowed that "if we can get Brexit right, I'm convinced the future will be brighter". "I am still going to vote for him, because in my heart I vote Labour, as my parents did before and my grandparents", she said.

"We have already started discussions on future trade ties with countries like Australia, New Zealand and India".

The Conservatives have failed to give our regions, industries, businesses and workers the support they need, leaving Britain with deep-rooted economic problems which are holding Britain back, says Labour.

Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May could face turmoil in Parliament should she lose her majority.

He said the Tories are "weak and wobbly" and can not be believed after the PM's U-turn on her controversial social care reforms and her failure to set out how many pensioners stand to lose their winter fuel payments - policies that have been widely credited as a factor in the narrowing of the polls. He doesn't have a plan.

With one week to go until voters go to the polls, the Tories hold a nine-point lead over Labour. Instead, May sent her Interior Minister, Amber Rudd, who dismissed the leaders as members of a "coalition of chaos".

The poll movements have impacted the focus of the Conservative campaign, which touted strength and stability in its early days, as well as on "Theresa May's Team" (rather than the party itself). However, her failure to attend has faced widespread criticism.

Election campaigning was suspended in the days following the bombing, but resumed on Friday when the Labour leader gave a speech on security, telling voters "we can not be protected and cared for on the cheap".

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. That is why I will be campaigning in all corners of this country in the week ahead. 'The only poll that matters is on June 8, ' she said.

UK Prime Minister Theresa May yesterday (1 May) insisted that negative reports about her talks with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker are just "Brussels gossip", after a German newspaper released a damning appraisal of their meeting.

He also said the party would implement a plan for "fair, managed migration", with shadow Brexit secretary Keir Starmer later hinting the party would seek to reduce the numbers coming to the United Kingdom primarily through hitting skills shortages in the country, and tackling exploitative trafficking of workers.