Half said May would be the most capable, while 35% said Corbyn would be - a boost in the Labour leader's figures by six points compared to last month's poll. May has said she wants a bigger majority in parliament to strengthen her hand as she goes into negotiations with the rest of the European Union about Britain's exit from the bloc.
In 2010, the Conservatives and Lib Dems agreed their coalition in five days, largely because they were anxious that financial markets would panic if Britain did not form a new government quickly. Brits will vote for their new government June 8. "Set free from the shackles of European Union control, we will be a great, global trading nation once again bringing new jobs and new opportunities for ordinary working families here at home", May said.
However, for a growing number, debt is spiralling out of control, leading to worry and potential disaster. If your financial situation is keeping you awake at night, the worst thing you can do is ignore it. 2) Look at your debt payments Credit cards, car loans, store cards - the average family has numerous debt repayments going out every month, all with variable interest rates.
Opec said the cuts could be extended at the next meeting. " OPEC agreeing to nine months without deeper cuts leaves prices at the mercy of inventories and U.S. Competition from the United States shale has toughened and is threatening OPEC's monopoly. However, speculators had been anticipating longer, perhaps deeper output limit agreement, and have loped more than 5% from oil price since the pact was first confirmed by Saudi Arabia's oil minister early in the day's proceedings.
The most hard part of the route is about 2,300 feet off the ground, where there are very small holds where only a thumb can fit. "He is totally alone at the top of his game". At exactly 9.28am, Honnold hoisted himself up over the lip onto the summit which was no more than a few feet across - making him the first person in history to climb El Capitan without a rope.
Oil prices plunged almost 5% after OPEC's announcement of extending production cuts disappointed some traders who had hoped for a more aggressive plan for boosting crude prices. "There have been suggestions [of deeper cuts], many member countries have indicated flexibility but. that won't be necessary", Saudi Energy Minister Khalid Al Falih said before the meeting.