The best and worst moments for the party leaders on Question Time

Here are the best and worst moments from the appearances of the four main party leaders on Question Time.

Jeremy Corbyn

General Election 2019
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn during the launch of his party’s manifesto in Birmingham (Joe Giddens/PA)

Best

Jeremy Corbyn’s climate change plans for a Green Industrial Revolution were well received by the audience.

He told Question Time that a Labour government on the international stage would work with others to get to net-zero carbon emissions – but did not specify a date.

Worst

Audience members groaned as Mr Corbyn failed to say whether he would support Leave or Remain in a second referendum, instead saying he would adopt a neutral position.

The Labour leader also faced tough lines of questioning on his nationalisation plans, socialist policies and record on handling anti-Semitism in the party, with one audience member asking if “businesses should be frightened of an incoming Labour government”.

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