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>> Too often the government has got it wrong on terrorism, so says Jeremy Colbern as Britain's general election campaigning formally resumed after Monday's terror attack in Manchester. Speaking in London, the opposition labor party leader suggesting that cuts to emergency services and the UK's actions overseas had increased the threat of terrorism on British soil.
>> The responsibility of government is to minimize that chance, to ensure the police have the resources they need. That our foreign policy reduces rather than increases the threat to this country. And that at home we never surrender the freedoms we have won, and that the terrorists are so determined to take away.
>> Corbin says, a Labour government would reverse cuts to emergency services saying that austerity has to stop. Labour has pledged 10,000 extra police officers to reverse a cost saving decline. But his speech was called muddled and dangerous thinking by Defense Secretary, Michael Fallon. And new poll shows that Labour have close to five points behind Prime Minister Theresa May.
Hugo putting her conservative party down 1% to the point to 43% and Labour up three points to 38%. The previous YouGov poll gave May a nine point lead, that slipped in the days before the attack. When she was forced to backtrack on a key proposal for reforming social care.
However, it hasn't hurt May's personal favorability ratings. That's risen in polls by one point in recent days, while support for Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has fallen by eight.