Published: Mon, May 13, 2019
Global Media | By Garry Long

Britain's Conservatives in fourth place in European Union election poll, Farage leads

Britain's Conservatives in fourth place in European Union election poll, Farage leads

The battle among leading Conservatives to replace Theresa May as prime minister threatens to derail talks with the Labour Party and the bid to find a Brexit compromise, Labour's John McDonnell said.

Meanwhile, The Times reported that the Prime Minister has been urged by Cabinet ministers to pull out of the talks and move to indicative votes by MPs.

"I don't think anyone is in any doubt these are going to be hard elections for us. for some people this is the ultimate protest vote opportunity", Education Secretary Damian Hinds said yesterday.

Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage, Britain's Shadow Health Secretary Jonathan Ashworth and Secretary of State for Education Damian Hinds appear on BBC TV's The Andrew Marr Show in London, Britain, May 12, 2019. For this reason, the decisions made in the coming months in the European parliament are likely to be some of the most important since its formation. We voted to leave and we've been betrayed by Yvette Cooper.

Sir Keir signalled that Labour expects movement from the Government this week in order to keep the talks on track, telling the paper it "would be wrong in principle to use up much more time simply exploring each other's positions".

Labour lead the way in general election polling, with 28% of support. I'm going to vote Brexit Party.

"For some people this is the ultimate protest vote opportunity".

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Asked how they plan to vote in next week's European parliament elections, just 10 per cent plan to back the Tories.

The Brexit Party now have more support than both Labour and the Conservatives combined ahead of the upcoming European Union elections, according to the latest Opinium poll.

That level of support would see the Brexit Party win 49 seats, becoming the UK's second biggest party after Labour, with 137.

For those, like me, who believe the EU is important, it is critical that we fill the European parliament with as many MEPs committed to Labour values as possible, and not let it be occupied by those who wish to divide and spread hatred.

Cross-party talks to break the Brexit deadlock are not succeeding because of Labour's demand for another referendum, a Welsh MP has warned. To what depths of the pollsters' y-axis can Theresa May take them?

He later wrote in Twitter that in a choice between a no-deal exit or staying in the European Union, he would vote to leave without agreement.

"We're at the ideal storm, so yes, I think we'll get an absolute mauling", he told BBC's Westminster Hour.

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