After a Deadly Attack on London Bridge, British Prime Minister Theresa May and Opposition Leader Jeremy Corbyn resume campaigning, just three days before the National Election.
Prime Minister Theresa May has called for a stronger response to extremism in wake of the London Attacks.
Meanwhile, opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn has said vote should go ahead to show democracy would not be halted by the London Bridge Attack.
Corbyn said Britain’s Democratic values must be maintained.
Attacking may for cutting Police numbers during her tenure as Home Secretary, Corbyn Pledged to recruit 10,000 New Police Officers, including Armed Officers.
According to Pollsters, the Election is expected to be much tighter than previously predicted.
Most have predicted a win for Theresa May but differ on the margin of victory, ranging from a landslide victory to slender win without a majority.