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General election: Court rejects Lib Dem and SNP bid to join Johnson and Corbyn in ITV debate – live news

Liberal Democrats and Scottish National party fail in attempt to be included in ITV debate after PM vows to end plan to cut corporation tax. Follow the latest developments, live

David Gauke, the former Tory justice secretary who is trying to defend his South West Hertfordshire seat as an independent, having been thrown out of the parliamentary party for rebelling over Brexit, has been campaigning today with Amber Rudd, another former Tory cabinet minister who resigned the whip over Brexit.

Lots of people out supporting me today. Particularly delighted to welcome @AmberRuddUK to sunny Rickmansworth. pic.twitter.com/RBCemuyP3m

Willie Rennie, the Liberal Democrat leader in Scotland, has claimed the Lib Dems are “stronger” as a party after their time in coalition with the Tories. But he admitted he has “regrets” about some of the policies that were introduced. He told BBC Radio Scotland.

In terms of the welfare stuff, there was some stuff as part of the coalition we had to vote through. There are a lot of things we managed to achieve in return. There are some regrets I have, of course I have that, I think the ‘bedroom tax’ should never have happened and said so at the time ....

Yes, I regret some of the things but I can tell you we’re a stronger party as a result because we understand much more about the hard choices you have to make in government and it has been really instructive for us in terms of our current campaign to stop Brexit.

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18/11/2019 - www.theguardian.com


Johnson’s Brexit will f*ck business

Remember how PM said “f*ck business”? If he wins, that’s exactly what he’ll do. A hung parliament and a People’s Vote are far better.

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18/11/2019 - infacts.org


We are becoming a United Kingdom in name only. Politicians must heal the divide | Gordon Brown

With hate on the rise, along with competing nationalisms, the election risks tearing us apart even further. Here’s what our parties must do

December’s general election can resolve some of the great and most immediate challenges facing our country – our relations with Europe, the fate of austerity and the future of the NHS – and for that we urgently need a Labour government.

But something else, something fundamental to the character of our country, now tests us at a more profound level. For it will take far more than an election to heal our country’s deepening divisions and to eliminate the poison that is increasingly contaminating our public discourse and politics. Increasingly, we are becoming a United Kingdom in name only.

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18/11/2019 - www.theguardian.com


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Total cost to the UK since the Brexit referendum

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