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Events Round Up: Friday 6 December 2019

Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Leader of the Opposition Jeremy Corbyn attend the BBC Prime Ministerial Debate

Leader of the Opposition Jeremy Corbyn hosts a press conference and Q&A session (9:30am)

Shadow Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Secretary Rebecca Long-Bailey announces plans to establish a new Business Development Agency and a small business manifesto

Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson visits a playgroup in Hampshire and a pledge to strip the Home Office of immigration and asylum responsibility

The Liberal Democrats make an announcement on support for disadvantaged preschool children 

The SNP campaign bus stops at Kingsway Campus and Arbroath Campus, Dundee and Angus College and Aberdeen South constituency

Plaid Cymru leader Adam Price campaigns during a train journey to Ynys Mon 

Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage announces the parties defence and veterans policies. Brexit Party candidates Ann Widdicombe and Gregory Butt also attend

Media

Chancellor Michael Gove appears on BBC 5 Live (7:30am), BBC Today (7:50am), Sky News (8:10am), TalkRADIO (8:25am), LBC (8:35am) and ITV (8:45am)

Shadow Business Secretary Rebecca Long-Bailey appears on BBC 5 Live (7:05am), Sky News (7:35am), BBC Today (8:10am) and TalkRADIO (8:25am) 

Shadow Justice Secretary Richard Burgon appears on BBC Radio 4 Any Questions? alongside Liberal Democrat Environment and Climate Change Spokesperson Wera Hobhouse and SNP candidate Tommy Sheppard (8:00pm)

Conservative candidate Paul Scully appears on Sky News All Out Politics (9:00am)

Labour candidate Stephen Timms (7:05am) appears on TalkRADIO alongside MEP John Longworth (7:20am) and Conservative candidate Tobias Ellwood (8:05am) 

MEP Lucy Harris appears on BBC 5 Live (8:05am)

MEP Annunziata Rees-Mogg appears on LBC Radio alongside Brexit Party MEP Ben Habib (7:05am), Liberal Democrat candidate Christine Jardine (7:40am) and Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson phone-in (9:15am) 

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