Lib Dem leader launches her party’s manifesto for the General Election by repeating her opposition to Brexit.
Corbyn says the monarchy “needs a bit of improvement”. Johnson says the institution of the monarchy is “beyond reproach”.
But Corbyn hits back on the Government’s deal timelines and American trade plans for the future.
The PM says that £6bn saved by delaying cuts in corporation tax will be used to fund public services like the NHS.
The SNP’s Westminster leader is asked whether scrapping the nuclear deterrent will be part of their price for putting Corbyn in Downing Street.
“This programme, which is appearing to value none of the contribution that business makes, will simply shut investment out of our country.”
“What we’ll do is make sure that the Government, and Parliament, has got control.”
The Home Office minister denies allegations that the Tories are setting arbitrary and unachievable targets with their promised points-based model.
The Leader of the Opposition stonewalls on the question of what his party’s plans are regarding freedom of movement post-Brexit.
He says Labour wants a “balanced, fair approach” and will not set an “arbitrary target” like the Conservatives.
“Vote for us, vote for a compassionate, One Nation Conservative Government.”
Farage says that he decided yesterday not to risk strengthening the pro-Remain presence in the next Parliament.
A move on the electoral chess board from Johnson – aimed at potential Brexit Party waverers worried about an extended transition.
“Nearly half a million Britons died in World War Two fighting against the anti-semitism, anti-semitism and brutal racism of the nazis.”
“The plain fact it is adapting…the last time we had a military strategy was in 1967, and this year we will have a new one.”
“These are eye-watering levels of spending…and would leave this country with an economic crisis within months”
“The Tories have form at making up stories and telling mistruths. This is one of this that can be filed under fiction.”
“We are absolutely committed to keeping the nuclear deterrent, we feel it’s a particularly important part of our defence.”
“It’s obvious to many people now that the only we’re going to be able to get Brexit done is under a Conservative Government.”
“Come with us, get Brexit done and take this country forward – or spend the whole of 2020 in a horrorshow of more dither and delay.”
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn tells a campaign rally in Essex that the Conservatives are trying to reintroduce Thatcherism under the Brexit banner.
Jo Swinson launches her party’s General Election campaign and insists “this is a not a normal election….people can choose a Liberal Democrat government.”
Marr criticises the Conservatives for “spending money like water” in a way they formerly criticised Labour for doing.
“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.
“I don’t believe we should equate the two things,” the First Minister argues.
The Prime Minister says he has ruled out a pact with any party, for the same reason.
He says his party is open to a ‘Leave Alliance’, but will go it alone if Johnson continues to rebuff their advances.
The best epitaph on his Speakership is provided in this series of interventions by the former Leader of the House.
The Government has pledged to pull the Bill in the event of either of these conditions being put into it.