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“You have to save us from that guy…”, says one member of the public. “Otherwise we’re all leaving the country!”, adds another.
“Double-standards apply,” she says when asked about approval ratings and whether she is a victim of sexism.
The Brexit Party will win 13-14% of the vote in Thursday’s election despite what the opinion polls say, he predicts.
“I don’t think the British people are hostile to immigration at all, but they do want it democratically controlled,” he says.
She would ask Labour to agree that a referendum on Scottish independence is not a matter for Westminster, as a condition to support a minority government.
“I apologise to the Jewish Community for the suffering we have inflicted on them,” he says.
Security minister says only British citizens have donated to the Tories during the election campaign.
The Labour leader’s appeal in what may be his last chance to make his case in a big formal setting.
WATCH: Johnson – Let’s get Brexit done with a One Nation Conservative government, and take this country forwards”
The Prime Minister makes his opening statement in this evening’s BBC election debate.
Unlike Heseltine, the former Prime Minister and Party leader doesn’t recommend supporting the Liberal Democrats.
The Chancellor says poor and homeless people have always suffered when Labour leaves an economic crisis, and a Corbyn government would be no different.
No enemy will contemplate war with a NATO country because its motto ‘One for all, and all for one’ ensures there is peace today, the PM says as he opens the alliance summit.
The President also says that he will stay out of the election and that Johnson will do a good job.
WATCH: “I accept that the full plan needs to be developed” – the Prime Minister is pressed on social care
Marr presses Johnson over his previous claim that the Conservatives had already worked out their social care policy.