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>> Well, support the Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn, has fallen by 8.
YouGov, putting her Conservative Party down 1% point to 43%. The opposition Labour party up three percentage points from last week to 38%. The previous Ugov 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.
>> We included in our plans measures to make sure nobody has to sell the family home to pay for car.>> However, it hasn't hurt May's personal favorability writings, that's recently imposed by one point in recent days.>>
A difference here will be hyping to crawl back in the speech criticizing May's police cars and part of the stolen policy on Friday. Saying they increased the threat of terrorism. The socialist and veteran anti-war campaigner will say Britain cannot be protected on the cheap and that British involvement in foreign wars fuels terrorism at home.
Both parties suspended political campaigning after the Manchester attack. This speech will call an end to the truce.