Voters in the U.K. will go the polls next month in what is considered one of the most important elections for the country in decades.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson hopes his Conservative Party wins a majority so that he can push ahead and deliver Brexit. But, Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the Labour Party, said it’s time for “real change” and he’s offering a very different vision for Britain.
CGTN’s Nawied Jabarkhyl reports from London.
To discuss all of this:
- Ian Black is a visiting Senior Fellow at the London School of Economics.
- Asa Bennett is Brexit commissioning editor at The Telegraph newspaper.
- Steven McCabe is an associate professor and Senior Fellow at the Center for Brexit Studies at Birmingham City University.
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