Less than three weeks have now passed for the British election, and the heads of four of Westminster’s biggest parties have given a grill to the public during a special edition of BBC Question Time.
Jeremy Corbyn made it clear he would remain neutral if a new Brexit referendum were to occur, while Boris Johnson had to uphold the management of the NHS. Jo Swinson was asked some tough questions about his plan to stop Brexit, and asked Nicola Sturgeon whether he would prefer to leave Scotland’s independence from the EU.
Meanwhile, the Brexit party has launched a “contract” with the public, and Plaid Cymru has released its manifesto.
Included in the coverage of BBC News Ten, including a special report on voters’ reaction to Norwich.
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