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hawkwind
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This is an information thread only containing links to manifestos or equivalent, factcheckers, tv debates and interviews, and transcripts of the 'regular' political interviews.

None of the links are behind paywalls.

Please post any corrected link if by chance you discover a broken or erroneous link.

This is intended to be scrupulously neutral so there are no 'edited' highlights, no tweets, no opinion pieces either from MSM or blogs, and no opinion polls.

Known to be missing are Northern Ireland manifestos - if someone wants to add links please add them for all major parties.

Please keep this an information thread serving as a useful resource for everyone.

As I am sure you know there is already a lively discussion thread to debate opinions, etc.


MANIFESTOS
Green
Liberal Democrat
Labour
Labour (Funding)
Labour (Tax Reliefs)
Brexit
Plaid Cymru
Conservative
Conservative (Costings)
Scottish Nationalist


FACTCHECKERS
Independent
The Guardian
Channel 4
BBC


TV DEBATES & INTERVIEWS
(with audience participation)
ITV 19 November (1h) Johnson and Corbyn
BBC November (30m) Farage
BBC November (30m) Bartley
BBC 22 November (2h) Corbyn then Sturgeon then Swinson then Johnson


(multi-participant)
Channel 4 Climate Special 28 November (1h) Berry, Corbyn, Price, Sturgeon and Swinson NB Johnson and Farage declined to participate


(interviews)
ITV 19 November (1h) Swinson then Sturgeon then Farage then Berry
Ranvir Singh
ITV 21 November (30m) Farage
ITV 26 November (30m) Swinson
Andrew Neil
BBC November (30m) Sturgeon
BBC November (30m) Price (interviewed by Jo Coburn)
BBC November (30m) Corbyn


To come
BBC Election Debate, Friday 29 November 19:00 (BBC One) (Hosted by Nick Robinson) seven-way podium debate between senior figures from the major political parties from Cardiff. NB: both Conservative and Labour have declined to send their leaders. Instead, Rishi Sunak will deputise for the Tories and Rebecca Long-Bailey will stand in for Labour.
BBC Prime Ministerial Debate, Friday 6 December 20:30 (BBC One) (Hosted by Nick Robinson) Johnson and Corbyn in Southampton
BBC Question Time special, Monday 9 December 20:30 (BBC One) (Hosted by Emma Barnett) audience of under-30s will question senior figures from the main parties
BBC Andrew Neil interviews: 4 December Swinson; 5 December Farage; tbc Johnson

Channel 4 live debate on 8 December featuring "representatives" of seven major parties taking questions from an audience of undecided voters about everything except Brexit.

ITV Sunday 1st December 19:00 (2h), Election Debate. Conservative, Labour, Liberal Democrat, SNP, Brexit Party, Green and Plaid Cymru have all been invited.

Regional
Items shown on regional TV only
BBC Wales scheduled two live debates on Tuesday 26 November and Tuesday 3 December
BBC Scotland scheduled Scotland Leaders debate live from Glasgow on Tuesday 10 December
BBC Northern Ireland Tuesday 10 December 10.45pm, Northern Ireland party leaders will be debating in front of a studio audience


TRANSCRIPTS
BBC Andrew Marr top page
Sky Sophy Ridge top page

 
 


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