Jeremy Corbyn, leader of Britain's opposition Labour Party speaks at an election campaign event at Hemlington recreation centre in Middlesbrough, June 5, 2017. REUTERS/Andrew Yates

Jeremy Corbyn has called on Theresa May to resign as Prime Minister over her record on cuts to police numbers as the political row over recent terror events intensified.
Speaking just three days before the general election, the Labour leader said he backed similar calls by “very responsible” people who are “very worried” about Ms May’s record.
On Sunday, at a speech in Carlisle, Mr Corbyn had highlighted that 20,000 people officers had been cut while Ms May was Home Secretary between 2010 and 2016.
It follows the third terror attack to hit Britain in just over three months. On Saturday seven people were killed and 49 injured at London Bridge when attackers rammed a van into pedestrians before stabbing revellers in bars in the nearby Borough market. 
While Mr Corbyn said the election on Thursday was “perhaps the best opportunity” to remove the PM from her post, he also backed calls for her to …