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Who will win British general election?

22 April 2017, 12:54 | Terri Saunders

Who will win British general election?

Jeremy Corbyn raised school funding at the first Prime Minister's Questions since the snap general election was called

Last year's vote to leave the European Union split Labour's traditional supporter base, which is divided between typically pro-EU inner city voters, especially in London, and working-class voters in less affluent areas who voted for Brexit.

North Somerset MP Dr Liam Fox and Weston-super-Mare MP John Penrose were among the 522 Parliamentarians to vote in favour of Prime Minister Theresa May's call for an election. "We want the full tax return of medium and large corporations to be published so everyone can see what is going on". "I know which side I'm on, you know which side you're on".

Addressing an audience of Labour supporters in London, Mr Corbyn inveighed against the "morally bankrupt" Conservatives who he said refused to employ the required punitive measures against tax avoiders and other members of a "gilded elite", who were taking wealth "from the pockets of ordinary working people".

But they added the government was "not complacent about the situation in England" and said there was "more to do". It is the view of the 172 Labour MPs who just previous year said they had no confidence in his leadership. The nurse, the teacher, the small trader, the carer, the builder, the office worker win.

Hours later, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn used his first speech of the election to flesh out the party's anti-establishment rhetoric, accusing the media and establishment of complaining that, under his leadership, the Labour Party doesn't "play by the rules: by which they mean their rules". "They're quite right I don't", he said in extracts of his speech released beforehand.

The Labour leader cast the June 8 poll as a battle of "the Establishment versus the people", as he promised to overturn a "rigged system" which allowed the rich and powerful to extract wealth from the nation.

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He said it was a "rigged system" set up by a "cosy cartel" which he said was "set up by the wealth extractors for the wealth extractors". They also echoed a 1997 pledge from Tony Blair to turn things around.

Earlier on Wednesday, Sturgeon told journalists outside the Westminster parliament that she'd "seek to be part" of an alliance with Labour if the election result turned out in such a way that it would keep the Conservatives out of power.

"How dare they crash the economy with their recklessness and greed, and then punish those who had nothing to do with it". The Conservatives will never do that.

Corbyn said: "Over the last seven years, the Tories have broken every promise on living standards, the deficit, debt, the health service and schools funding".

Just a few days after May called a snap election, Corbyn said the public "cannot trust" her and that the Tories had "broken promises" on the NHS and the deficit.

"Or do we as a country and we as a party put a message out there that it doesn't have to be like this, it can be better, it can be fairer and it can be a more just society?"



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