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Voters in British town bemoan weak leadership choice after attacks

Jun 07 2017

CORBY, England After three Islamist attacks in Britain in as many months, many voters in the town of Corby say security is now their major concern for Thursday's election - and they see both Prime Minister Theresa May and her Labour challenger as weak.

Voters in British town bemoan weak leadership choice after attacks

Jun 07 2017

CORBY, England After three Islamist attacks in Britain in as many months, many voters in the town of Corby say security is now their major concern for Thursday's election - and they see both Prime Minister Theresa May and her Labour challenger as weak.

'We all feel the pain' - Londoners gather to mourn attack victims

Jun 06 2017

LONDON Londoners held a vigil to mourn the victims of the London Bridge attack on Monday and vowed not to be divided by extremist tactics, with the British capital's mayor Sadiq Khan saying that the militants were bound to fail. | Video

'We all feel the pain': Londoners gather to mourn attack victims

Jun 05 2017

LONDON Londoners held a vigil to mourn the victims of the London Bridge attack on Monday and vowed not to be divided by extremist tactics, with the British capital's mayor Sadiq Khan saying that the militants were bound to fail.

"We all feel the pain": Londoners gather to mourn attack victims

Jun 05 2017

LONDON, June 5 Londoners held a vigil to mourn the victims of the London Bridge attack on Monday and vowed not to be divided by extremist tactics, with the British capital's mayor Sadiq Khan saying that the militants were bound to fail.

Protest after BBC says won't play 'liar liar' song ahead of UK vote

Jun 02 2017

LONDON Dozens of people protested outside the BBC's London headquarters on Friday against its decision not to broadcast a song storming the charts before next week's election that labels Prime Minister Theresa May a liar.

Protest after BBC says won't play 'liar liar' song ahead of UK vote

Jun 02 2017

LONDON Dozens of people protested outside the BBC's London headquarters on Friday against its decision not to broadcast a song storming the charts before next week's election that labels Prime Minister Theresa May a liar.

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