Theresa May accuses EU of trying to ‘deliberately’ interfere in election

The UK Prime Minister Theresa May accused European politicians and officials of plotting to “deliberately affect” the result of next month’s poll by issuing “threats” against Britain. She said bureaucrats had “misrepresented” the UK’s position on Brexit, adding that some of them “do not want these talks to succeed,” Telegraph reports.

Theresa May has opened up a record 22-point lead over Labour according to the last poll conducted immediately after last week’s local elections.