Marr criticises the Conservatives for “spending money like water” in a way they formerly criticised Labour for doing.
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“I’ve thought very hard about this: how do I serve the cause of Brexit best?”
“I’m deeply saddened” to hear of the Jewish community’s concerns about the Labour Party, the Shadow Chancellor says.
Ronnie Campbell added that “this country is fed up with Parliament…it’s time we got a deal, and got it through.”
Plus: Could the Brexit Party get a free run from the Conservatives in 50 seats? Welcome, Chris Mason. And: my weekend.
Complaints from broadcasters and the media about language are synthetic and hypocritical. The real issue is the delay of the general election – which is indefensible.
“Of course we’ll respect whatever the legal ruling from the Supreme Court is…there are different permutations to what the court may or may not decide.”
The Labour leader concedes he was aware of “discussions going on”, but not specifically of Friday’s NEC motion.
Plus: Brexit Derangement Syndrome sufferers have gone fully tonto due to prorogation. And three cheers for Andrew Neil.
The Prime Minister confronts Corbyn over “his failure to deal with racism in the Labour Party”.
The veteran broadcaster put Johnson under severe pressure…but it’s very late in the day in the contest.
Both candidates were grilled for half an hour each by the This Week and Politics Live presenter.
The truth matters a lot to how the race shapes up. And there are widely differing estimates.
Mark Harper: If the Conservative Party is not the party of sound money, then what on earth are we for?
Between them, the two remaining candidates have already clocked up tax and spending promises of around £51 billion per year.
The front-runner has so far played it safe when it comes to the media, but the BBC’s premier political interviewer could yet make mincemeat of him.