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    Britain will go to the polls on May the first.

    The British Prime Minister John Major made the announcement after a special Cabinet meeting and an audience with Queen Elizabeth II.

    He asked the Queen to dissolve parliament in early April to pave the way for the general election on May 1.

    Labour Leader Tony Blair, whose party has a 20 point lead in the polls, said he was looking forward to fighting the campaign.

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    After the meeting, Major went to Buckingham Palace for a special audience with Queen Elizabeth II.

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    He returned to Downing Street to make the announcement.

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    Good morning, I would like to formally confirm that I have seen her Majesty the Queen this morning, and sought her permission for a dissolution of parliament and a general election on the first of May. I am delighted to tell you that her Majesty has consented to that. I would expect prorogation of parliament within a few days before the formal dissolution in early April. Parliament will reassemble on the 7th of May for the election of Speaker and swearing in of members, and the Queen's speech will begin on the 14th of May.
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    Major was defiant, despite a 20 point lead by the opposition Labour party in the polls and said victory was well within his grasp.

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    (Q At the moment do you accept that you are well behind Labour?)
    Well I see what the opinion polls say. I also see what so many of my colleagues say when they come back from standing on the doorstep and talking to people. And I believe that this election is winnable. Not only do I think it is winnable, I think I'm going to win this election, and so are the Conservative Party. We have an 18 year record that I am proud of.
    SUPER CAPTION: John Major, British Prime Minister

    The May the first date gives the Conservatives, who have ruled Britain for 18 years, just six weeks to make up its huge deficit in opinion polls.

    Labour has had its 20 point lead in the polls for months, and there has been no sign of a revival of Conservative fortunes.

    Labour Party leader Tony Blair, paying a visit to a south London school, said he welcomed the announcement of the date and was looking forward to fighting the campaign.

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    This campaign is going to be about the condition of Britain, the future of Britain, that Britain can be better than this and it will be about how the Conservative Party have let people down, have broken their promises, and about how a new and revitalised Labour Party can get this country going, can make this country better, have better schools, better hospitals, have less violent crimes in our streets, give us the jobs in industry for the future. So you know the longer it goes on, in one sense, for us we can get our message across to the people.
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    British Prime Minister Theresa May stunned her nation and its European partners Tuesday with a call for an early national election on June 8, seeking to cement her political backing as Britain moves ahead with difficult negotiations on its break from the European Union.

    The surprise announcement — made outside her office at 10 Downing Street — comes amid internal political strains over Britain’s exit, known as Brexit, and fresh moves by Scotland to potentially carve its own independent path to remain in the European Union.

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    OH SNAP! After months of saying she wouldn't, Prime Minister May has called for a general election on the 8th June -- MPs will vote on this in the House tomorrow... Brexit will be key and now possibly in peril (a LIBLABCON establishment stitch-up?); LIB will be confident, CON maybe more so, SNP will seek renewed indyref mandate, LAB are surely quaking now... IT'S PUT UP OR SHUT UP!


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    British Prime Minister Theresa May has called a snap general election for June eighth.
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    I have just chaired a meeting of the cabinet where we agreed that the government should call a General Election to be held on the 8th of June...Since I became Prime minister I have said there should be no election until 2020, but now I have concluded that the only way to guarantee certainty and stability for the years ahead, is to hold this election and seek your support for the decisions I must take.

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    JOHANNESBURG, 20 June 2017 - Where did the money go? That was the question posed during a government visit to Winnie Mandikizela-Mandela’s former Brandfort home. The site was meant to have been turned into a museum a decade ago. The deputy Minister of Arts and Culture travelled to the town of Brandfort, to see for herself what has gone wrong.​

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    The 2017 UK election explained: What happens now and how the UK got here - TomoNews


    LONDON — The UK will hold a surprise election this June. British Prime Minister Theresa May led calls for one earlier this week, and lawmakers voted in favor of the ballot on Wednesday, Reuters reported.

    The election comes as a surprise because UK law stipulates that each elected government should hold power for a fixed five-year term before another election can occur. The current Conservative administration was elected in May 2015, with the next public ballot scheduled for May 2020.

    For an early election to occur, two-thirds of the 650 UK lawmakers need to vote in favor of it. On Wednesday 522 voted for it to go ahead, Reuters reported.

    The unelected May took over from ex-PM David Cameron after the public voted for Brexit in a referendum last June. She hopes the election will give her a mandate and nullify post-Brexit vote divisions among the British electorate, but the move could cripple the already very unpopular opposition Labour Party, led by Jeremy Corbyn.

    The parliament consists of 650 seats, of which the Conservatives hold 330 and Labour holds 229. Other seats are held by smaller parties. Because of Labour’s unpopularity, May is expected to win even more seats.


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    UK Parliament approves Theresa Mays snap vote


    Members of the British Parliament have approved Prime Minister Theresa May's plan to hold an early general election on June 8. CNN's Nic Robertson reports.

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    Things British people Say


    Strategik Minute show takes you to London, England where we talked to some British people to find out what words they use that we don't use in America. Check out this Hilarious episode and get a feel

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