>> Back on the campaign trail with just 72 hours until Britain votes in the general election and polls showing the race is much tighter than previously predicted. Campaigning had been put on hold since Saturday's attack at London Bridge where jihadis killed seven people in the heart of the capital, thrusting security concerns to the top of the agenda.
Resuming on Monday morning, Prime Minister Theresa May attacked her main rival, Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn.>> For keeping our country safe should be the number one priority for any Prime Minister and any government. Yet in this election, there is one leader who is opposed to shoot to kill and given cover to the IRA when they shot and killed our citizens.
And who now in the midst of an election campaign wants to do all her can to hide or deny those views. That's not leadership, it's an abdication of leadership.>>
>> Meanwhile the leader of the opposition taking a jab of his own. Corbyn calling on the PM and head of the conservatives to resign in an interview with Sky News.
That he says because May presided over cuts to get rid of about 20,000 police officers during her six years as interior minister. May, though, insisting that counter terrorism budgets have been protected and ensuring that police were given the powers they need. The Prime Minister called a sample election to strengthen her hand in upcoming Brexit negotiations.
That gamble is now in doubt. Opinion polls have shown her conservative party's lead shortening markedly in recent weeks. Some have predicted May could win the most seats on the 8th of June, but without a majority.