Corbyn warns NHS ‘up for grabs’ in pre-Christmas general election
Jeremy Corbyn accused the Tories of putting the NHS "up for grabs" as he clashed with Boris Johnson in the final Prime Minister's Questions before the general election.
The two leaders used their encounter over the Commons dispatch box to draw the battle lines for the forthcoming campaign, with the future of healthcare set to be a key issue.
Amid noisy scenes, the Prime Minister warned that a Labour government would result in an "economic catastrophe", ruining the country's ability to fund the NHS.
He also vowed to end the "dither and delay" over Brexit, delivering a "fantastic deal" to take Britain out of the EU.
The clash came as the House of Lords prepared to consider the one-page Bill passed on Tuesday by the Commons, enabling the election to take place on Thursday December 12.
Once it receives its royal assent, it will pave the way for Parliament to be dissolved on November 6, leading to the first December poll in almost a century.