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  • JOHNSON AND CORBYN GO HEAD TO HEAD IN SALFORD DURING TONIGHT'S LIVE GENERAL ELECTION DEBATE ON ITV

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    With the December election just around the corner, the PM will square off against the Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn tonight (Tuesday 19th Nov @ 8pm), as the pair go head to head during ITV's live televised General Election Debate.

    In a head to head interview based programme the pair will set out their parties electoral offers to the nation, live from the ITV studios at MediaCityUK in Salford.

    The Johnson vs Corbyn debate will be presided over by ITV news presenter Julie Etchingham who has become the stations go-to host for high profile political debates.

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    The hour long debate will be conducted in front of a live studio audience of around 200, picked from a pool of people with a wide range of political opinions.

    After a brief one minute statement, the party leaders will be grilled on their parties stances on a range of topics including the economy, the NHS and of course the inescapable political topic of Brexit.

    Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson had hoped to take part in the debate but she lost her appeal to the high courts and now will instead give her views and opinions the same as the rest of the other party leaders, during separate interviews.

    You can expect the usual phrases 'Get Brexit Done' and Coalition of Chaos, alongside 'For the Many, Not The Few' and 'Selling The NHS'.




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