London [U.K.], April 21: European Parliament President Antonio Tajani has said that Brexit, a term that describes United Kingdom's withdrawal from European Union, could be reversed after the snap elections.
Polls give May's governing Conservative party a lead of around 20 percentage points, enough to command a majority that could be over 100 seats, but May said she was not complacent.
On Tuesday, 522 lawmakers backed the motion to approve the general election proposal, while 13 voted against it.
May wasted no time, going from the vote in Parliament to kick off her campaign with a speech in to supporters northwestern England.
Still, the election is unlikely to be a single-issue affair, and May should take comfort from the Labour Party's disarray and lack of a coherent Brexit strategy.
Since then she had repeatedly ruled out calling an early election to get her own mandate.
"That would be in nobody's interest", May said.
Britain's parliament has endorsed May's call for a vote on June 8.
"She looked across the despatch box and thought "I can not resist the temptation of taking on Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party - the most ineffective opposition in inter-planetary history".
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House Speaker Paul Ryan, who also appeared on "This Week", acknowledged that the Senate would make changes to the bill. Collins cited concerns about potential higher costs to older Americans and those with pre-existing medical conditions.
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn said on Thursday he would defeat a "cosy cartel" at the heart of British politics, casting himself as the anti-establishment challenger in the snap election.
Despite Corbyn's bravado, his party is demoralized and divided under his left-wing leadership and is expected to fare badly.
May's Conservatives now hold 330 House of Commons seats and Labor 229.
For starters, she is reversing a position she has maintained since announcing her candidacy to succeed Cameron as Tory leader (and thus as prime minister). It claimed 330 seats and 36.9 percent of the vote, a sufficient margin of victory to claim a working majority in Parliament.
"Britain is leaving the European Union and there can be no turning back", said May. We can't win, they say, because we don't play their game. "It's about. getting the right deal from Europe", May said.
Antonio Tajani met May at 10 Downing St. on Thursday to discuss European Union lawmakers' goals for the talks, which are due to start after Britain's June 8 election.
An energised Jeremy Corbyn told activists to "go for it" as he visited a Tory marginal seat on the first weekend of Labour's election campaign.
Playing to simmering public anger about stagnant wages and businesses that pay low taxes, Corbyn said he would scrap planned cuts to corporation tax and reverse tax breaks for wealthy individuals. Furthermore, a revival for the Liberal Democrats could contribute to this scrutiny.