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With six days to go till the overall election events are taking out their strongest weapons on the battle for Number 10.

Nigel Farage stated the Conservative Party can be “screwed” on the ballots no matter Reform UK.

The right-wing occasion overtook the Tories in numerous polls which predicted a wipeout for Mr Sunak on July 4.

But chatting with the Sun’s Never Mind the Ballots internet sequence, the Reform chief stated the occasion’s defeat comes because of “broken trust”, and accused the Tories of “betraying Brexit”.

During this morning media spherical, James Cleverly has prompt the extremist proper may reap the benefits of migration if governments “don’t get a grip”.

Speaking on GB Newsthe Home Secretary stated if Labour “fall short” on the difficulty, “the anger of the British people could erupt”.

Labour’s shadow secretary Jonathan Ashworth has stated it’s now “squeaky-bum time” for events and warned voters in opposition to waking as much as 5 extra years of Rishi Sunak.

Sir Keir Starmer’s occasion holds a robust 24-point lead within the newest polls on voter intentions, with the Tory-Labour hole remaining as huge as ever.

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Greens vow to push Labour to ‘be bolder’ on local weather

Green co-leader Adrian Ramsay has stated his the occasion would “push” Labour to be “bolder” on local weather if it wins the overall election.

With the polls indicating a file consequence for Sir Keir Starmer, he urged voters to again Green MPs to “bring diversity of views into this next parliament.”

Mr Ramsay advised Sky News, he would “move Keir Starmer beyond the U-turns he’s been making on climate and on funding for public services”.

He added: “And that’s why we’re on track to having a record green result of this election.”

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Salma Ouaguira1 July 2024 09:53

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Pictured: John Swinney serves pizza on the marketing campaign trial

SNP Leader John Swinney (right) joins the SNP candidate for Edinburgh East and Musselburgh, Tommy Sheppard, serving pizza at Portobello Beach and Promenade,
SNP Leader John Swinney (proper) joins the SNP candidate for Edinburgh East and Musselburgh, Tommy Sheppard, serving pizza at Portobello Beach and Promenade, (Michael Boyd/PA Wire)
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Salma Ouaguira1 July 2024 09:44

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Poll: Tories to be ‘all however worn out’ in London

A latest ballot has revealed Labour is 30 factors forward of the Tories in London.

The Savanta’s remaining survey reveals 49 per cent of Londoners would again Sir Keir Starmer wile the Conservatives are on simply 19 per cent, and Reform 11 per cent.

The Liberal democrats are on 10 per cent whereas the Greens have six per cent of the votes.

Chris Hopkins, Savanta’s analysis director, stated: “Our research suggests that the Conservatives could be all but wiped out from London this week, if our results are replicated on election day.

“Their party is deeply unpopular in the capital, leaking votes to Reform UK and facing threats from both Labour and the Liberal Democrats.

“Labour is seen by Londoners as most trusted on every policy issue important to them, from housing to the cost of living. That ultimately will be likely what drives Londoners on polling day, with our research also suggesting they’re looking forward to a London Mayor and a national government working together.”

Salma Ouaguira1 July 2024 09:38

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In full: Cleverly accuses Glastonbury festival-goers of ‘celebrating loss of life’ after Banksy small boats stunt

Salma Ouaguira1 July 2024 09:26

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Join in the present day’s Q&A with Reform UK candidate Howard Cox

The Independent is giving readers the prospect to talk instantly with candidates from a few of the main political events in a particular normal election sequence of Ask Me Anything occasions.

Two of Reform’s core 5 pledges are to do with migration. The occasion says it might freeze non-essential immigration, however concedes there can be exceptions with work in healthcare thought-about important.

Elsewhere, the occasion pledges large tax cuts for small companies, an overhaul of the grownup social care system, scrapping the web zero goal, banning ‘transgender ideology’ in colleges, and axing the remainder of the HS2 rail hyperlink.

Salma Ouaguira1 July 2024 09:20

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Tories warn extremist events to take benefit on immigration

Home Secretary James Cleverly has warned if a future Labour authorities “falls short” in going through points surrounding immigration, extremist events would reap the benefits of the state of affairs.

Speaking amid the rising proper on the French elections, James Cleverly advised GB News: “I gave a speech at the end of last year where I said if governments don’t get a grip of immigration and work internationally and cooperatively, there is a risk that extremist parties take advantage of the disquiet.”

He added: “The Conservatives are taking action… I worry that when Labour, not if, when Labour fall short on this issue, the anger of the British people could erupt in a whole load of different ways. This is why it’s so important people think very carefully how they vote on July 4.”

Salma Ouaguira1 July 2024 09:13

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Corbyn: Zoom in on my marrow

The unbiased candidate for Islngton North has posted on Instagram an image of him holding a marrow.

The former Labour chief requested followers to “zoom in” on the vegetable to assist his marketing campaign.

The message reads: “Help us get out the vote on Islington North. Link in bio.”

Salma Ouaguira1 July 2024 09:06

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Labour confirms compensation settlement for contaminated blood scandal victims

Shadow paymaster normal Jonathan Ashworth has confirmed Labour has budgeted for the compensation package deal for victims of the contaminated blood scandal.

Asked concerning the concern on BBC Breakfast, Mr Ashworth stated: “Yeah, we have agreed with the Government about the compensation package that was announced.”

He added: “Just before the General Election was called, the Government announced the package. We supported that package.

“The infected blood scandal is a scandal in the true sense of the term. It is heartbreaking for people affected and the wider families who have been impacted.

“We’ve supported the compensation package and that is something where there has been cross-party support.”

Salma Ouaguira1 July 2024 09:00

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Cleverly accuses Labour of copying immigration coverage

James Cleverly has accused Labour of copying his marketing campaign guarantees on immigration coverage.

The Home Secretary advised ITV’s Good Morning Britain: “I’m absolutely determined as Home Secretary to continue looking at ways of smashing the gangs, interrupting their supply of boats, interrupting their supply of engines, interrupting their illegal money, and of course having the deterrent, the Rwanda scheme, which is designed to deter people from making that dangerous and illegal crossing.”

Asked whether or not the phrase “smash the gangs” was a part of Labour’s coverage on immigration, Mr Cleverly stated: “They are copying my work.”

Salma Ouaguira1 July 2024 08:56

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Starmer says being a father makes him a greater politician

Sir Keir Starmer has stated being a father helps him to turn out to be a greater politician.

The Labour chief stated his son and daughter are his “pride and joy” and “I don’t want to lose that time”.

He added: “I don’t believe in the theory that you are a better decision-maker if you don’t allow yourself the space to be a dad and to have time for your kids.

“Actually, it helps me, it takes me away from the pressure, it relaxes me, and I think, actually, not only is it what I want to do as a dad, it is better.”

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer, with his wife Victoria, on stage after he spoke at a major campaign event at the Royal Horticultural Halls in central London (Stefan Rousseau/PA)
Labour chief Sir Keir Starmer, together with his spouse Victoria, on stage after he spoke at a serious marketing campaign occasion on the Royal Horticultural Halls in central London (Stefan Rousseau/PA) (PA Wire)

Salma Ouaguira1 July 2024 08:51

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