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UK Labour leader accuses Theresa May of 'pandering' to Trump

UK Labour leader accuses Theresa May of 'pandering' to Trump

"The election also seems to be becoming more and more of a two-horse race. I accept that military action, under global law, as a genuine last resort, is in some circumstances necessary", he said, adding that Labour would meet a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation target of spending 2 percent of GDP on defense.

All three of the new surveys were conducted before Labour's manifesto was leaked on Thursday.

She is set to pledge to campaign "in all corners of the UK" to reach the people who have been "abandoned by Labour".

The final version will form the foundation of Labour's bid to win over voters in the June 8 general election.

"We respect that parents and grandparents taught their children and grandchildren that Labour was a party that shared their values and stood up for their community".

"What this country needs is a strong, clear and robust approach to our defences and I am afraid Jeremy Corbyn's approach is chaotic and offers the reverse".

If elected Prime Minister, I will do everything necessary to protect the safety and security of our people and our country.

UK Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn rejected suggestions that he was a pacifist, insisting on Friday that he would approve military action as a last resort. "And pandering to an erratic Trump administration will not deliver stability", he will say.

The Opinium poll showed that the Labour leader trailed Theresa May by 24 points, with just 23 per cent of the electorate believing he would make a good Prime Minister.

"I'm not a pacifist, but." is Jeremy Corbyn's pitch on defence today, an area where he has tied himself in knots. I accept that military action, under global law and as a genuine last resort, is in some circumstances necessary.

"But that is very far from the kind of unilateral wars and interventions that have nearly become routine in recent times".

Shadow Defence Secretary Nia Griffiths keeps a low profile, fighting her battles with the leadership behind closed doors.

Labour will "strive to reduce not increase global tensions, and give new momentum to talks on non-proliferation and disarmament", Ms Thornberry said.

The Green Party were the third most popular party on Twitter and Facebook in terms of engagement, with posts about the party's local election successes and the collapse of Ukip garnering the most likes and shares across both platforms.

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