Jeremy Corbyn left spluttering over Labour's childcare figures

Xavier Trudeau
Mai 31, 2017

Jeremy Corbyn will be interviewed on the BBC's The One Show on Tuesday evening at 7pm. May's campaign style has taken a sharper turn as her once 20-point lead has evaporated into single digits. "We have to be prepared to walk out", she said to applause during a Sky News interview on Monday. He is not prepared to take action against terrorists.

"He is not prepared to take a single hard decision for the good of our economy". "If, in order to address them and do the right thing by the country, it takes being a hard woman, then that's exactly what I will be", she said.

British Prime Minister Theresa May said there would be no way to delay a June 19 start to Brexit negotiations as she urged voters to give her a strong mandate in a national election due next week. "I know that's an image that doesn't bear thinking about, but actually this is very serious".

"We will make sure there is a deal".

Mr Corbyn's appearance on The One Show comes after a auto crash interview on BBC Radio Four's Woman's Hour in which he was left floundering over the cost of his flagship childcare pledge.

She was pressed by Mr Paxman over her climbdowns on a proposed Budget hike in national insurance and her social care changes just days after they were unveiled in the Tories' election manifesto - and what it would mean for the Brexit negotiations.

Mrs May warned: "There will be no time to waste, no way of stalling, no way of asking Europe to hang on while we figure out what to do".

"This is not time for a weak government and a weak leader to be making it up as they go along, particularly not when that leader has shown poor judgment and weak leadership throughout the process so far".

"If you don't like what a reporter says or asks me, or anybody else, understand the question they're asking, we will all do our best to answer those questions, but under no circumstances whatsoever should anyone throw personal abuse at anyone else because they are doing the job that they have been employed to do and I will not tolerate it under any circumstances".

"It means signing up to Britain being governed by European Union laws and European Union courts for years to come, so that we have no control over our laws, to free movement continuing indefinitely, so we have no control over our borders, and paying what Europe wants us to pay, so we have no control over our money either".

Nigel Farage, former leader of the UK Independence Party and a leading Brexit campaigner, said in a surprise tweet that Corbyn came across in the broadcast as being "totally sincere", although he did not agree with him.

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