May 'reluctantly' calls election blaming opposition 'games'
In-depth reporting and analysis from a global perspective. Theresa May says a snap general election will secure 'strong leadership' during Britain leaving the EU talks.
Broadcasting from Westminster on the day the Prime Minister calls for a snap election we hear politicians from all sides on the decision to call the poll ahead of Brexit negotiations. We hear from the main parties - including concern from within the Conservatives that the move is an attempt to stifle dissent. Plus we hear from voters in some of the key battleground constituencies.