Published: Пт, Мая 19, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

General election 2017: Len McCluskey 'can't see Labour winning'


Mr McDonnell, a key ally of the Labour leader, said he did not accept anonymous sources any more after a BBC journalist said he had spoken to Labour candidates who did not want help from Mr Corbyn.

"I am very proud that we have a party that is diverse, that is inclusive, that is pluralistic and this manifesto is a product of that process".

"Despite the relatively prohibitive price of 1/16, the Tories have been well backed in the last 24 hours and we have seen £10.12 placed on them winning the General Election for every £1 on Labour", said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly.

It's perhaps telling that JME hasn't even directly endorsed Corbyn - he simply wants young people from different backgrounds to become more engaged with the political process, and saw the Labour politician as a means to open that conversation. For this exact moment.

The Conservative Party had previously averaged 105 more likes or loves per post on Facebook than Labour, and Theresa May had averaged 500 shares per post more than Jeremy Corbyn on Facebook, according to PA's study of posts from the first three weeks of the campaign. "I think it would be extraordinary".

Despite the rise in support for Labour, there are indications that Labour's support is "softer" than the Conservatives.

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Meantime, the Labour frontbencher, following the publication of Labour's manifesto, released a video challenging Philip Hammond, the Chancellor, to a TV debate.

The leader of the UK's biggest union said he was supportive of the manifesto but was not "optimistic" about Labour's chance on 8 June, given the hostility which he claimed it faced in large sections of the media.

Labour also said if it wins the election on June 8 it would increase taxes on Britain's highest earners, introduce a levy on financial transactions and impose an "excessive pay levy" on companies with staff earning more than 330,000 pounds.

"He's got now just under four weeks to try to see if you can break through that image and it's going to be a very, very hard task.whether that breakthrough can happen, we'll wait and see". "The truth is, wherever he goes ... there are massive, massive crowds that turn out for him".

He added: "Let's wait and see what that turns itself into, in terms of percentage votes and seats".

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