The United Kingdom will go to the polls to decide which party they would like to control the country for the next five years. It comes as key aspects of Jeremy Corbyn’s campaign has fallen apart.
The United Kingdom Government under Boris Johnson has announced that there will be major investments within the NHS and policing. Similarly, Labour has also said they will invest in the police and NHS, but they have yet to properly cost their expenditure plans.
Many Labour MPs have expressed anger and dismay as their senator colleagues within cabinet cannot hold their ground when questioned on basic finances. The Labour Party has become synonymous for a party that is fiscally irresponsible.
As the United Kingdom takes to the polls this December, it’s now clear that the Brexit Party must step aside. It comes as Farage has announced that he will stand 600 candidates across the country, threatening Boris’ chances of securing a majority government, or forming one at all.
The biggest threat that the Brexit Party now pose is that they will split the vote in leave areas. Many who traditionally vote Tory might turn to the Brexit Party, allowing a remain Party in instead, posing a major risk for Team Boris to deliver Brexit.