The outcome of the UK election is currently looking very different to that envisaged at outset. I would imagine Theresa May is also feeling decidedly uneasy and hats off to Jeremy Corbyn for stepping up to the plate.
At last - putting political views to one side - there is a robust opposition, which has to be good for democracy. It really does now feel like the vote will be close even if logic would say it will not...
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