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Why both Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn think they’ll benefit from this TV head to head

2 November 2019

6:09 PM

2 November 2019

6:09 PM

Normally wrangles about TV debates go on for weeks before one is agreed. Yet, before the election campaign has even formally started, ITV have announced a TV debate between Jeremy Corbyn and Boris Johnson on November 19th. This’ll be the first election head to heard this country has had.

Agreement on this debate has been reached so fast, as I say in The Sun this morning, because  both Labour and the Tories think they benefit from this one on one format.

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