Boris Johnson is doing battle with Jeremy Corbyn for Britain’s future tonight as they face off in a crunch TV election debate. With just over three weeks to go until the nation goes to the ballot boxes, the two leaders drew battle lines in the ITV special as they set out their pitch to voters. Mr Johnson insisted is is determined to ‘get Brexit done’ – while Mr Corbyn said he was offering ‘real change’. The PM was handed a major boost earlier with a poll showing the Tories surging into an 18-point lead over Labour, helped by crumbling Brexit Party support – enough to give him the outright majority he craves. But Mr Corbyn’s team know his underdog status means that even just holding his own in the exchanges this evening could help turn the tables. It is the first time in UK political history that the two prospective candidates for PM have gone head-to-head on television during a campaign. In 2010, David Cameron, Gordon Brown and Nick Clegg were involved in the equivalent battle. The hour-long programme in Salford is being refereed by Julie Etchingham. The first half will focus on Brexit, before the debate moves on to… Read full this story
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