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Events Round Up: Monday 2 December 2019

Home Secretary Priti Patel announces proposals to strengthen border security 

Labour Party announce proposals to cut regulated rail fares by 33% and integrate public ownership of the rail network  

Shadow Secretary of State for Employment Rights Laura Pidcock attends a protest against Amazon in Shoreditch

Liberal Democrat justice spokesperson Phillip Lee visits an old London bus 'cafe with a conscience' to discuss mental health issues

Liberal Democrat health spokesperson Luciana Berger announces a proposal to invest £11 billion in mental health services

Scottish Greens Co-Leader Patrick Harvie MSP visits the UK's largest onshore windfarm in Whitelee (11:45am) 

Sinn Féin launch its party's manifesto

Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage campaigns in Alyn and Deeside. Brexit Party North West England MEP Claire Fox, Brexit Party Wales MEP and Caerphilly MP candidate Nathan Gill, Brexit Party Delyn MP candidate Nigel Williams and Brexit Party Clwyd South MP candidate Jamie Williams also attend

UKIP interim leader Pat Mountain launches the party’s manifesto 

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan attends a City of London vigil to pay tribute to the victims of the London Bridge attack

Media

Justice Secretary Robert Buckland appears on TalkRADIO (7:20 am), LBC Radio (7:40am), ITV Good Morning Britain (7:55am), Today (8:10am), BBC Radio 5 Live (8:30am) and Sky News’ All Out Politics (9:00am)

Business Minister Kwasi Kwarteng appears on LBC Iain Dale in the Evening alongside Liberal Democrat deputy Leader Ed Davey and Brexit Party MEP Belinda de Lucy (8:00pm)

Shadow Transport Secretary Andy McDonald appears on BBC Radio 5 Live (7:35am), Today (7:50am), Sky News (8:15am), TalkRADIO (8:35am) and LBC Radio (8:50am) 

Conservative peer Andrew Robathan appears on LBC (8:35am)

Liberal Democrat justice spokesperson Phillip Lee appears on Sky News (7:45am) and LBC Radio (8:20am)

SNP Leader Nicola Sturgeon appears on BBC Breakfast (8:10am) 

Brexit Party MEP Ann Widdecombe (8:05am) appears on TalkRadio alongside Labour peer David Blunkett (9:05am)