British and local elections affect the issue of Europe, Teresa Mei accepted the test of voters

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 British and local elections affect the issue of Europe, Teresa Mei accepted the test of voters


The analysis said that although the election would not have a major impact on government governance, the ruling conservatives could lose control over part of the district parliament because of the 20 percentage point lead in the polls selected by the opposition Labour Party in London. Inner-party pressure. Data map: British Prime Minister Teresa Mei. The reports say the ConservativeParty, led by Teresa May, may face a defeat in big London, with political parties competing for the seats of the 32 autonomous city councils in Greater London. Greater London is the traditional site of the opposition Labour Party (LabourParty). It is reported that the vote rate in local elections is usually very low, with only 1/3 of voters participating in local elections in May last year, but last June, the nation-wide voting rate of the national parliament was up to 69%. But since Congress was reelected last year, the British government has been in turmoil because of disagreement on the issue of Europe, and recently a scandal broke out, and citizens from the Caribbean have been threatened by undue repatriation. These citizens emigrated to Britain from 1960s to 1970s. The incident led to the resignation of the Minister of home affairs last weekend. In addition, citizens of the European Union (EU) in England are also able to vote, unlike national elections that have no voting rights, and some candidates have always regarded Britain as an election issue from the European Union. Source: China News Net editor: Huang Zhecheng _B9302 The reports say the ConservativeParty, led by Teresa May, may face a defeat in big London, with political parties competing for the seats of the 32 autonomous city councils in Greater London. Greater London is the traditional site of the opposition Labour Party (LabourParty). It is reported that the vote rate in local elections is usually very low, with only 1/3 of voters participating in local elections in May last year, but last June, the nation-wide voting rate of the national parliament was up to 69%. But since Congress was reelected last year, the British government has been in turmoil because of disagreement on the issue of Europe, and recently a scandal broke out, and citizens from the Caribbean have been threatened by undue repatriation. These citizens emigrated to Britain from 1960s to 1970s. The incident led to the resignation of the Minister of home affairs last weekend. In addition, citizens of the European Union (EU) in England are also able to vote, unlike national elections that have no voting rights, and some candidates have always regarded Britain as an election issue from the European Union.