Britain’s Jews want to see May in June, but will Corbyn rain on her parade?

A Labour victory  would be an upset akin to Trump’s election last November. Nonetheless, polls indicate the Brexit-rocked nation could surprise

When Theresa May triggered Britain’s snap general election, it appeared to be hers to lose. Over the past six weeks, she seems to have done her very best to do just that.

With only days to go until the June 8 election, May’s Conservative party is ahead in the polls — although some put its lead at just three percent — and she remains the bookies’ favorite to remain in Downing Street after the votes have been counted.