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Poll: Which British PM would be better for Ireland?

May or Corbyn? Corbyn or May?

Corbyn and May at least year's remembrance services.
Corbyn and May at least year's remembrance services.
Image: Dominic Lipinski/PA Images

AFTER BRITISH PRIME Minister Theresa May yesterday called for a general election to be held, it’s almost certain to be approved by MPs today.

It means that British people will return to the polls less than a year after the Brexit vote and just over two years after they returned the Conservatives to power.

May has attempted to draw the battle lines along Brexit lines, an issue that is undoubtedly of great interest to Ireland.

Jeremy Corbyn has welcomed the chance to face the UK electorate as Labour leader. But of the two, which one would be better news for us?

So we’re asking, Which British PM would be better for Ireland?


Poll Results:

Jeremy Corbyn (5702)
Don't know (3875)
Theresa May (2992)



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