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>> It's only been two days since a surprise election was called in the U.K., and Theresa May's opponent, Jeremy Corbin, has already taken to the streets to woo voters. The Labour Party is drawing up one of its most left-wing manifestos, last seen since 1983, when the party sank to defeat under Michael Foot.
>> This election is about the future of all of us, the future of our children, the future of social justice, the future of our services, the future of our jobs. Are we going to be a country that gives riches and makes riches for all of us? Or are we going to be a country that works only to make the richest even richer?
>> He's drawing up an anti-establishment and spend manifesto, and is expected to say on Thursday that he will not play by the rules if elected as Prime Minister. Saying that those rules have created a cozy cartel which rigs the system in favor of a few powerful and wealthy individuals.
Meanwhile, Theresa May sought to put a strong and stable leadership message at the heart of her pitch to voters as she addressed supporters in Bolton on Wednesday. Saying the UK now has a unity of purpose, and a desire for the government to get on with making a success of Brexit.
Analysis of polling data by the Times newspaper shows May could win a landslide majority, which would limit the scope for Parliament to block or water down her plan for a hard Brexit.>>