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Majority of United Kingdom students plan to vote Labour, Hepi poll finds

The changing numbers follow Theresa May’s refusal to appear in any one-on-one televised debates with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn The changing numbers follow Theresa May’s refusal to appear in any one-on-one televised debates with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn
Eleena Tovar | 04 May, 2017, 16:52

She said: "I am delighted to have been selected as the candidate for Chorley and I would be honoured to represent it, working hard in Westminster to be a strong local voice on the issues that matter to our area".

Labour face an uphill battle in the constituency having polled just 14 per cent of the vote in 2015.

"This time, students have registered to vote in large numbers but they are less likely than the electorate as a whole to back the Conservatives".

"I resigned my frontbench position, yes, but that was over the handling of Brexit, and that's done now".

A far more intriguing result is expected in the West Midlands, where two million people across Birmingham, Coventry, Sandwell, Dudley, Solihull, Walsall, and Wolverhampton will be eligible to cast a vote for the region's first directly-elected metropolitan mayor.

Campaigning for the national vote on June 8 will slow drastically on Thursday because of the elections at 88 councils in England, Scotland and Wales, plus mayoral contests - which include six new devolved super-regions.

But the proximity of the general election and the political upheaval caused by last year's shock Brexit referendum has created a unique context.

"I'm excited to get that message across". He is going to be standing again and judging by his leaflets, he clearly hopes to be a yes man to Theresa May, should she lead the next government. The safety of our communities is vital to us all.

"This government has chosen the most divisive and damaging form of Brexit, outside the single market, meaning fewer jobs and less money for public services".

"Jeremy will not take part in an opposition leaders debate", a spokesperson told Business Insider.

They were described by media as this year's "Ed Miliband bacon sandwich incident", referring to an infamously unflattering photo of the former Labour leader looking bemused as he chewed on a bacon sandwich in the lead-up to the 2015 election."We should talk".

Despite his own views on the party's leader, Mr Reed wants voters to stick with the party based on his record helping local people, and the need to oppose the Conservatives.

"It's virtually unknown for an opposition party to win a general election when it hasn't been getting quite high percentage votes in the local elections immediately before", Prof Travers said. The Green Party don't have a monopoly on progressive ideas but by taking the lead on a strategy of trying to oust the Tories, we certainly can have a significant effect on the outcome of this election.