Tags: Life in The UK, Government and Politics, General Elections
This week on our blog, we will be featuring English words in the news connected with the 2017 general election on 6 June.
Today's featured word is u-turn.
Browse the tweets below to see examples of how you might use this word in a sentence to talk about politics.
Here are all the U-turns Theresa May has made since she became Prime Minister https://t.co/C0IVrNrNR2— The Independent (@Independent) May 22, 2017
25 U-Turns the Tories have been forced into making since Jeremy Corbyn became Labour leader. pic.twitter.com/eLh39waRSi— Eoin (@LabourEoin) May 22, 2017
I'm usually all for U-turns. They mean a leader is listening & pragmatic. But this one makes a bad policy worse.— John Rentoul (@JohnRentoul) May 22, 2017
There won't be U-turns on fox hunting and taking lunch from small children. Why? Because infants and foxes don't read the Daily Mail pic.twitter.com/Zdqfyk3zwP— Will Black (@WillBlackWriter) May 22, 2017