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Events Round Up: Thursday 5 December 2019

Prime Minister Boris Johnson hosts a Q&A session in Derbyshire (2:00pm)

Leader of the opposition Jeremy Corbyn speaks at a rally in Birmingham (8:00pm) and announces proposals to improve education standards. Jeremy Corbyn and Shadow Housing Secretary John Healey also announce proposals to end rough sleeping 

The Conservative Party announces proposals for their first 100 days of government 

Liberal Democrat Leader Jo Swinson visits Manor Grange Care Home in Edinburgh (4:00pm) and also speaks at a rally in Edinburgh (6:00pm). Liberal Democrat MP Alex Cole-Hamilton, Scottish Liberal Democrat MP Beatrice Wishart, Liberal Democrat MP Christine Jardine and Scottish Liberal Democrats Leader Willie Rennie also speak

Liberal Democrat Shadow Business Secretary Sam Gyimah launches his party's Plan For Business in London (6:30pm) 

Green party candidate for Brighton Pavilion Caroline Lucas launches A New Deal for Nature 

Welsh Liberal Democrat leader Jane Dods will launch the party's manifesto in Merthyr Tydfil (2:00pm)

Scottish Greens co-leader Patrick Harvie visits the Fife Centre for Equalities in Kirkcaldy. Scottish Green Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath candidate Scott Rutherford also attends (3:00pm) 

Brexit Party Leader Nigel Farage speaks on the BBC’s Andrew Neil show 

Women’s Equality Party leader Mandu Reid speaks at an Institute for Government and Electoral Reform Society event on how the electoral system might be improved (6:00pm) 


Chancellor Sajid Javid appears on Sky News (7:05am), BBC Breakfast (7:20am), TalkRADIO (7:40am), LBC Radio (7:50am) and the Today programme (8:10am)

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn appears on Tonight on ITV (7:30pm)

Shadow Education Secretary Angela Rayner will appear on ITV Good Morning Britain (6:45am), BBC Breakfast (7:10am)

Shadow Housing Secretary John Healey appears on Kay Burley at Breakfast (7:30am) LBC Radio (8:35am) and Today programme (6:50am)

Lib Dem candidate Sarah Wollaston appears on LBC Radio (9:45am)

Green MP Caroline Lucas appears on Kay Burley at Breakfast and the Today programme (7:10am)

Conservative candidate Tom Tugendhat appears on TalkRADIO (7:05am) alongside Labour candidate Nic Dakin (8:05am) and Lib Dem candidate Christine Jardine (9:05am)

Welsh First Minister Mark Drakeford appears on All Out Politics alongside Welsh Conservative leader Paul Davies, Lib Dem peer Jenny Randerson and Plaid Cymru’s Delyth Jewell (10:00am)

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan appears on James O’Brien Show (10:00am)

Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage appears on Iain Dale in the Evening (8:00pm) and The Andrew Neil Interviews (7:30pm)

Chairman James Cleverly appears on Question Time (10:35pm) alongside Shadow Health Secretary Jon Ashworth, SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford, Lib Dem deputy leader Ed Davey and Brexit Party Chairman Richard Tice 

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