Two pictures which sum up this general election better than a million words [IMAGES]

General election campaign
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The opening days of Theresa May’s general election campaign have been dire. First she refused to take part in televised leadership debates. Then two of her core team resigned within days of each other. And now, there is a surge in bets that Jeremy Corbyn will be the UK’s next prime minister. But two images from the campaign trail sum things up better than a million words.

A tale of two campaigns

This is how factory workers appeared while listening to an address from Theresa May this week.

Meanwhile, Corbyn was touring the West Country and Wales. Stopping in Bristol and Cardiff on Friday.

Read on...

A quick compare and contrast never hurt anyone.

The battle for Britain

On 8 June, voters will have a chance to put an end to the May government.

The Prime Minister has made clear promises about what Britain will look like given five more years of her government. It will be a less equal, less compassionate, less progressive country than we have been for some time. And voters can bring that all to an end with the tick of a pencil.

Get Involved!

Register to vote in the 8 June general election. If you don’t have a national insurance number, a 5 minute phone call on 0300 200 3500 will get it sent to you in ten days.

– Discuss the key policy issues with family members, colleagues and neighbours. And organise! Join (and participate in the activities of) a union, an activist group, and/or a political party.

– Also read more Canary articles on the 2017 general election.

Featured image via Twitter

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