With Britain's opposition in disarray, many voters feel the election will be a second vote on Brexit. Samira Shackle reports from London.
The UK's premier has announced plans for a general election in June. She lashed out at opposition parties for challenging her government's view of navigating "Brexit" negotiations.
As the United Kingdom approaches a surprise snap election, observers wonder if and to what degree the European Union will influence the result when voters head back to the ballot box.
The German government has expressed confidence that Brexit negotiations will not be delayed by snap elections in the UK after British MPs approved plans for a general election on June 8.
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