Published: Wed, June 07, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Election day ahead: Parties in final push for votes

May, who is widely expected to win re-election in Thursday's vote, was visiting the Smithfield Market in central London with her husband Philip when several butchers started booing, jeering and yelling "vote Labour".

May aimed at the high-population English Midlands in her final dash, while Corbyn was to attend six rallies in England, Scotland and Wales, stretching from Glasgow to London, in a gruelling last-day marathon.

"I'm voting Labour because another five years of Conservative government would be a disaster for the NHS, the police and other public services", he said, after a meeting with Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner.

Shooting inside Iran's parliament, attack at Iman Khomeini shrine
Two civilian visitors and one security officer were injured in the attack, reported news agency Mehr quoting MP Elias Hazrati. Iranian TV said parliament had resumed, and broadcast footage of what it said was the opening session proceeding normally.

The current head of government and former Home Secretary on Tuesday said she would alter current human rights laws if it was deemed necessary in order to crack down on terrorism in London.

Diane Abbott has suffered a series of gaffes during the election campaign, and Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservatives have increasingly focused their fire on her as the campaign has become centred around security.

But Mr Farron urged voters in seats where Liberal Democrats are challengers not to see the election as a two-horse race, but to "lend us their vote so that we can get out there and prevent Theresa May taking the country for granted".

Congress, BJP trade charges over farmers' deaths in Madhya Pradesh
While the Congress called for a statewide bandh on Wednesday, Chouhan blamed the Opposition party for instigating the violence. He added that primary investigations reveal that the incident was a mishap and no naxal involvement is suspected.

Conservative supporters concerned about Brexit and the so-called "dementia tax" should ditch their traditional loyalties and "vote for someone who will stand up for you and your family instead", he said.

But she warned that the consequences of a failed negotiation would be "dire".

"Our NHS can not afford five more years of underfunding, understaffing and privatisation", he will add. In fact, contrary to all expectations, they continue to swing toward May's hard-left Labour Party opponent, Jeremy Corbyn, with the latest poll showing the two parties neck-and-neck.

Apple refreshes MacBook lineup with Kaby Lake
All MacBook Pro refreshes will arrive with Apple's Touch Bar with Touch ID with 500-nit Retina display, and Thunderbolt port. And for half-precision computation, ideal for machine learning, iMac Pro delivers up to a 22 Teraflops of performance.

"We are going to win".

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