Boris Johnson took aim at Jeremy Corbyn’s neutral Brexit stance as he interrupted the Labour leader as he said he will find a “solution”. The Prime Minister explained it was one of Mr Corbyn’s “failures”. Host Nick Robinson said: “What is your view of Mr Johnson saying Brexit needs to be sorted out?”
Speaking on the BBC debate, Mr Corbyn said: “There is a solution to it.”
Mr Johnson interrupted and said: “What’s your solution?”
The Labour leader stumbled over his words as he said: “I’ve made that quite clear actually.”
The audience erupted in applause and laughter at the Prime Minister’s comment.
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Mr Johnson continued: “We’ve going for 40 minutes and I don’t know what it is.
“What is it?”
Mr Corbyn said: “The point is about the cohesion of our society.
“I hope the Prime Minister understands the hurt that people feel when they hear remarks and articles that he’s written in the past.
“Labour always ends its time in office with an economic crisis.
“Corbyn and McDonnell would start their time in office with an economic crisis.”
Host Nick Robinson added: “Mr Corbyn he says all of us will pay more in our taxes, not just the rich and the independent think tank like the Institute for Fiscal Studies agree.”
The Labour leader interrupted: “They don’t agree with that point actually.”