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27 April 2017, 03:48 | Myron Mathis
In Wales, a largely rural country that has always been a stronghold of her Labour opponents but which voted in favour of Brexit past year, May took aim at opposition parties to press her argument that only she can win a good deal with the European Union. Where hard-fought workplace rights and the environment are protected.
So with Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn both prepared to sit out a full-on debate in the format we've become accustomed to, that would only leave a handful of leaders of smaller parties willing to turn up.
Britain's opposition Labour Party will immediately guarantee the rights of European Union citizens living in the country if it wins a June election, it said today (25 April), setting out a Brexit strategy aimed at dismantling Prime Minister Theresa May's runaway lead.
Labour also managed to score a rare point against the Tories this morning by saying that a Corbyn government would guarantee the rights of European Union citizens living in the United Kingdom on day one.
Foreign secretary Boris Johnson returned to the theme on Wednesday night in his first speech of the campaign.
Theresa May has warned senior ministers not to think that the Conservatives' commanding lead in opinion polls means that the June 8 general election is in the bag.
Prime Minister May has said the United Kingdom could not remain part of the single market as it would mean not leaving the EU.
But Labour leader Corbyn went on the offensive over the government's record on austerity and public services, saying May's Conservatives "only look after the richest".
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