>> After a car ride and a trip to the Queen, Britain's election is officially underway. UK Prime Minister Theresa May has announced the dissolution of parliament, paving the way for the snap vote on June the 8th. And she used the podium to hit out at the EU.>> Britain's negotiating position in Europe has been misrepresented in the continental press.
Threats against Britain have been issued by European politicians and officials. All of these acts have been deliberately timed to affect the result of the general election that will take place on the 8th of June.>> And there's little time being wasted. On Wednesday, the ruling served to kick things of with a poster targeting opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn.
But it wasn't all on message. Twitter users spotted an alternative slogan for the conservatives. And the gaffes have been bipartisan. Jeremy Corbyn running his first election as labor leader, fell victim to an age-old boo boo. On the campaign trail, he was snapped walking under the words URBAN DECAY, not the slogan he would've wanted.
On Tuesday, May was caught awkwardly eating chips while out campaigning. As for the issues, though, it's Brexit that all sides will have to chew over in this election.