Boris Johnson will launch a full-frontal political attack on Jeremy Corbyn with an ultimatum to stop ‘dithering’ on his election and Brexit plans when the two leaders go head-to-head in an historic television showdown tonight. The Prime Minister issued a challenge to his Labour counterpart warning that failure to answer on key points would leave the public with ‘no choice but to conclude that Corbyn’s Labour, propped up by the SNP, will mean dither, delay and uncertainty’. In a letter published by the Tories last night he set Mr Corbyn four questions to answer: how he would vote in a second Brexit referendum, what Labour’s position on freedom of movement is, how much he would pay the EU for ‘market access’, and whether all his MPs would back his Brexit policy. Tory sources said the Prime Minister would use the debate to hammer home his central message that only the Conservatives can be relied upon to deliver Brexit – while also raising concerns about Labour’s opposition to immigration controls. Tonight’s ITV debate from Salford is the first time the two largest party leaders have squared off on live television in an election debate. Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn will clash in the first TV… Read full this story
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