>> It was supposed to be about Brexit. Instead after three terror attacks National Security has dominated the British election.>> Theresa May.>> Now a new promise to fight terrorism.>> If our human rights law stop us from doing it, we'll change the law so we can do it.
>> Prime Minister Theresa May saying she is prepared to reap up human rights laws. If it helps deport or curb the movement of suspected militants.>> I mean longer prison sentences, for those convicted of terrorist offenses.>> Yes.>> I mean making it easier for the authorities to deport foreign terrorist suspects back to their own countries.
>> May using one of her final speeches to step up her rhetoric against Islamic extremism. Just days after a vehicle and knife attack killed seven on London Bridge. She's faced criticism for her role in overseeing a drop of 20,000 police officers in England and Wales. But the PM hitting back saying that her rival, Jeremy Corbyn, voted against anti-terrorism legislation.
>> Those people that died must not be forgotten.>> A poll by YouGov shows May's conservatives won't win a parliamentary majority. Tuesday survey shows the prime minister on track to secure 304 seats, 22 short of the seats she would need to govern alone. Figures on Monday by survation for ITV showed the conservative party lead narrowing by just one point.
When the prime minister called this snap election her advantage stood at 20 points.>> Thanks very much Neal.>> So it's worth remembering how wildly inaccurate the pollsters were for the 2015 general election.