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May could face loss of seat over #Abbott comment electoral breach #GE17 #BBCQT

I doubt anything will happen as she is the sitting PM, however the pressure must be kept up

The SKWAWKBOX

As the SKWAWKBOX reported on Sunday, Theresa May has been reported to police over false claims she made during Friday’s BBC Question Time special about Diane Abbott and police DNA records.

May told the studio audience and millions of viewers around the country that Abbott had advocated the removal of the DNA samples of ‘criminals and terrorists’ from police databases – an accusation that is completely untrue.

bbc qt croppedTheresa May during last Friday’s BBC Question Time special

Making false statements about a candidate’s ‘character or conduct’ during an election campaign is a criminal offence under section 106 of the Representation of the People Act 1983.

Paul Cardin of the Wirral in it Together blog reported the matter initially to the Metropolitan Police, as May is based in Downing Street, but the Met has advised that the matter needs to be investigated by North Yorkshire Police (NYP), because the programme was…

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Britain: For the Love of God, Please Stop Theresa May

A great article well worth the read. If you are undecided please read this. If you are going to vote against Labour due to the ‘magic money tree’ please read this.

I just ask you to read it and then ask yourself the question. Is austerity working? Are we actually cutting so much that the level of cuts are so steep that it’s impacting the ability of the economy to grow. Growth that will provide valued tax receipts to help with the debt.

Also ask yourself this, if austerity is a nessiasry thing. Why do the rich get tax breaks? Surely we must all play our part?

Benjamin Studebaker

On June 8 (this Thursday), Britain has a general election. I care deeply about British politics–I’m doing my PhD at Cambridge. But more importantly, Theresa May’s government has managed the country’s economy and public services with stunning fecklessness, and I couldn’t live with myself if I didn’t do my part to point this out.

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