May Wins UK Parliament Vote To Allow June 8th Snap Election

Wednesday, 19 April 2017  (5 days ago)
As totally expected, Theresa May - following a contentious debate - won the UK parliament *vote to allow a June 8th snap election by a count of 522 to 13, *well above the two-thirds majority needed.

*Opposition leader, Jeremy Corbyn welcomed the poll *but accused the PM of changing her mind and breaking promises on a range of...

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