Theresa May calls for early General Election

Tuesday, 18 April 2017  (1 week ago)
Theresa May is to call for a snap General Election to take place in early summer.

In a surprise announcement today, May said she will ask Parliament to approve a vote on 8 June.

Speaking in Downing Street, May confirmed that the decision had been made after a meeting of cabinet.

The Prime Minister has previously stressed...

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