In a statement, United Kingdom campaign group Liberty accused May of wanting to rip up British human rights laws.
"It's all about making up for her lacklustre, flagging election campaign".
"I mean making it easier for the authorities to deport foreign terrorist suspects back to their own countries".
"This is exactly the time that human rights must be protected and cherished, not attacked and undermined". The Human Rights Act didn't cause any problems in those key areas. "What people want I think is preventative action and that's why, in fairness to everyone this has affected, let's concentrate on the issue at hand".
The prime minister and her Labour Party opponent, Jeremy Corbyn, set out on whistle-stop tours of the country ahead of Thursday's vote, with polls all showing May's Conservatives ahead but disagreeing about whether the race is close.
Yesterday, speaking to an audience in Slough, May laid out plans to tackle extremism.
Eighth London bridge victim "may have been thrown into the Thames " Mrs May said: 'As we see the threat changing, evolving becoming a more complex threat, we need to make sure that our police and security and intelligence agencies have the powers they need.
May said that she was looking at "how to make it easier to transport foreign terror suspects and to increase controls on extremists where it is thought they present a threat, but there is not enough evidence to act against them".
May added: "And I mean doing more to restrict the freedom and the movements of terrorist suspects when we have enough evidence to know they present a threat, but not enough evidence to prosecute them in full in court".
May could also attempt to increase the period for which terror suspects can be held without trial, now 14 days - a move that provoked clashes with civil liberties campaigners when Tony Blair attempted it after the 7 July 2005 attacks. It was reduced to 14 days in 2011. "Whenever TMay [Theresa May] in trouble she whips out the old anti human rights rhetoric".
No. 20 for Venus
Tomic is blessed with huge ability and can frustrate opponents, but clay is a surface that he endures rather than enjoys. But also, I realized I had to put some balls in the court, so that would be my main focus at that point".
Tougher laws and police powers may fail to prevent low-technology attacks, such as the two van-and-knives assaults that occurred in London, and may well end up alienating British Muslims, he said.
The opposition Labour Party said that was "not the message that we should be sending".
The security services have come under pressure after it emerged one of the attackers, Khuram Butt, 27, had been reported to the anti-terror hotline in 2015.
Damian Green, the work and pensions minister, defended May's "common sense" proposals on Today.
"The prime minister is proposing common-sense measures that would potentially give the police more powers to control people who there may not be enough evidence to bring to court", he told the BBC.
Rabada: If we play well, we can win this thing
England continued to try to attack their way out of trouble, and paid further price with two more wickets in the same over. We are pretty sure [of our best XI] but we have 15 really good players and the team can change at any time .
"A new approach may be needed through the expert knowledge of global lawyers to develop a solution by defining the word "risk" in the convention so that governments are given a duty to protect the population against the interests of the individual, and the balance of evidence for this is not the same weighting that is used now in the courts".
He stated the film shows that redemption for the DC universe is possible, and "hits on both a visceral and emotional level". Gal Gadot is remarkable as Diana, with a fierce yet vulnerable quality to her.
APFS is a "throughly modern file system", said Apple's senior vice president of software engineering Craig Federighi. The next Mac version will be called High Sierra , suggesting that it's a refinement of the current version, Sierra.
OPEC and Russian Federation agreed to extend production cuts another nine months in an effort to keep prices above $50 a barrel. Traders said that prices had received support from a tightening physical crude market.
Despite that, most experts are skeptical of Trump's chances for achieving a peace deal that eluded other United States presidents. The long-standing US position is that Jerusalem's fate must be worked out through Israeli-Palestinian negotiations.
There is nothing unusual about this, given Trump's penchant for late-night tweets that often result in widespread controversy. After deleting the tweet , Trump , sphinx-like, wrote , "Who can figure out the true meaning of "covfefe"??? ".
New details have emerged in the arrest of Tiger Woods on a charge of driving under the influence and they don't sound good. This comes as he is close to breaking PGA Tour win and major win records held by Sam Snead and Jack Nicklaus.
I feel like this: If my 76ers had the chance, I'd like to see them do a 50's Celtics and just be in the finals year after year. They may be defending champions and they may have LeBron James , but against Golden State, they are definite underdogs.
He changed his mind on last week's offer of dialogue with the Maute and said he "will not talk to terrorists". Padilla said 960 civilians have been rescued, and an estimated 1,000 residents remain trapped in the city.
Griffin shared today, it was deeply inappropriate and runs contrary to the core values our company stands for". A long-running feud with Sarah Palin prompted the former Alaskan governor to label Griffin a "bully".
After the groundbreaking success, they are finally going to be available for free via PlayStation Plus June 2017 games lineup . There have been some suggestions that PlayStation Plus could include PlayStation VR games at some stage in the future.
WatchOS 4 detailed: Siri, new Watchfaces, NFC expands
In the demonstration shown by Apple this week, the Apple Watch attained information from gym equipment using NFC. We expect to hear more about the next version of Apple's watchOS at WWDC 2017 , which takes place later today.
Grande honors Manchester victims
Grande was all about love during the concert as her 25-year-old boyfriend Miller joined her on stage. 'I love you guys so much.
Apple unveils watchOS 4 and the future of Apple Watch
Apple also added a new blinking light, which you can activate via Control Centre, so that your night runs can be a bit safer. Now, when you close one of your Activity rings, there's an animation with some sparkles that gives it more of an effect.
Kim holds off Nordqvist for ShopRite win
According to LPGA projections, Ko's reign will end this week with either Ryu or Thailand's Ariya Jutanugarn taking over. Michelle Wie had a 65 to tie for third at 7 under with Jenny Shin (69), Jacqui Concolino (70) and Jeong Eun Lee (71).
Donald Trump calls for help in tackling 'Islamic extremism'
Trump added that Muslim leaders must do more to confront extremism. "Drive them out! Drive them out of your places of worship". The speech in a gilded hall bedecked with chandeliers is part of an effort to redefine his relationship with the Muslim world.
London on attack again, casualties feared
The Associated Press reports that Prime Minister Theresa May called a meeting of the government's emergency response committee. London Ambulance have said: "We're responding to this incident and more information will follow when we have it".
LIGO's second run detects another merger of black holes
The cores of even more massive stars can collapse past the neutron star state, disappearing from the observable universe. The LIGO system features two widely separated observing stations to make sure a local vibration is not misinterpreted.
AMD's 'TR4' Threadripper CPU socket is huge
Last were the announcements of Ryzen CPUs and RX 500 GPUs being integrated into the mobile platform of laptops and notebooks. But information about high-end desktop processors is not the only news AMD had to share at this year's Computex.