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  • I thought Jeremy Corbyn was actually quite on.

  • This question of capitalism versus socialism is somewhat who is a conservative who believes in a free market economy.

  • Boris Johnson did struggle to really answer that question.

  • The audience were clapping, Mr Corbin.

  • Socialism No, Boris was really clear, Which is that a one nation conservative approach that combines the free market economy with strong public service is is the best way to build a prosperous society.

  • We've seen all the alternatives that Jeremy Corbyn's proposing happened before, and they've always lead to unemployment being higher on the Labour government, crashing the economy.

  • That's what always happened.

  • I thought Boris had a very good line on that, which was you either crash the Did you back off from the debate with me?

  • You're going to debate with me?

  • Earlier on, we were lined up as a head to head.

  • And then I was told that, you know, I never heard that Maybe it was your people that back to back to out.

  • No, I don't think that because everything that was you and I need to talk about the way we should, absolutely afraid that we should have the win.

  • What you're trying to sell off our Our service is in the health health Care about your scaremongering data because you've got nothing to sound.

  • Brexit You use a union, Sean backs.

  • Are you in favor or against?

  • You know your favorite, you know, in favor or in favor of Against what?

  • Your deal.

  • I'm very unsavory against Brexit.

  • I thought you thought Brexit wants your deal in favor.

  • I want your deal.

  • I'm against you know, answers from the Labour Party election.

  • Don't make burial service.

  • Don't talk over me, Barry.

  • This election is about whether we can move the country forward by delivering Brexit and Barry Garden doesn't know whether he's in favor of Health Secretary.

  • Tell me this is it.

  • 40 is it 54?

  • 50,000 Nurses 19.

  • What about the 19 nurses on dhe?

  • What about the 4000 Mourners?

  • About four hospitals.

  • Not the fifth was 40 Newhouse, 40 50,000.

  • What about the six hospitals?

  • 49 14.

  • I was because I was told that your plans said it was 100 million for investigations.

  • For for preliminary Look at really your manifesto?

  • I have.

  • I have I mean, it says you haven't got any costumes?

  • We've got costumes.

  • You've got no counsel.

  • They do have a costing book on after a manifesto.

  • We didn't bring £60 billion of extra expenditure, but it comes on going.

  • No, you can't do any of this, Barry.

  • You can't do any of this if we stay stuck in this limbo with Brexit so on.

  • So are you in favor of Brexit or not?

  • You're Brexit?

  • No, because all you do is order down the Irish Sea, haven't you?

  • Is that not what the documents today showed?

  • I think anybody watching this would see that you can't answer what?

  • Brexit?

  • I told you I'm in favor of yours.

  • Are you in favor of Brexit?

  • Very happy.

  • I'm very happy.

  • Are you in favor of friends?

  • You have said vote in the future referendum.

  • But do not think it makes sense, actually, to find out what the deal is going to be.

  • Tonto said What deals going said it's gonna be a credible deal.

  • That we will negotiate once we've done that will give you an answer.

  • Do you know the question that has held in limbo British politics?

  • The last thing is, well, you've held it in limbo.

  • No, no.

  • You have a majority in Parliament.

  • You threw it away.

  • Would you have a majority?

  • Are you saying that you have a maturing with me that you know?

  • No.

  • I imagine there is no use you with the government for three and 1/2 years.

  • You were the government.

  • You're unable to get through.

  • No, We failed to get it through because parliament has.

  • You know, you had a majority in parliament and you didn't use that majority.

  • Get it done because you threw 21 people from your own party.

  • Thing is the idea that you're a one nation conservative party, but there's no room for Ken Clarke for good.

  • But the thing is, Barry, anybody watching this does anybody watching this will hear the desperation of you to get away from the central question of British politics.

  • Which is how do you deliver Brexit and get through the desert?

  • I tell you.

  • Shall I tell you?

  • Are you in favor of Brexit?

  • Tell me that Favor, Brexit on the way in which you get Brexit done right?

  • The wind, which you do it is you actually negotiate something that's not going to destroy the just in time supply chain upon which so many thousands of British jobs depend on.

  • You go back to the British people.

  • What do you say you has?

  • The final says you have the final say, not the politicians in West.

  • What did you do with the body you got?

  • But I think is that that's the way of doing it.

  • That will unite again in that referendum.

  • We know what Jeremy Corbyn wants.

  • He wants a customs union.

  • He wants Carlos Alignment.

  • Backside deal yes or no.

  • My my view is that that is a decent deal to offer it, would you?

  • It's a decent deal to offer the British public, and it's not about what the politicians want it with.

  • What you got to show some leadership on this issue.

  • Leadership is about bring the country together, not dividing it.

  • There's a terribly They're the ones who want to divide the country right On the one hand, you've got an extreme amount in the man's question.

  • Please, you you've got On the one hand, you've got a Tory party that wants to take us onto a no deal.

  • Brexit having broken their promises to the Gup on the other hand you for the liberal Democrats they used to be.

  • Democrats are no longer Democrats because because they will deliver a favor.

  • Brexit Not your back that I've told you.

  • I'm not in favor of your quarterback.

  • It's a terrible deal.

  • What about you?

  • Well known by the GOP?

  • Are you supporting?

  • What about the border down the Irish thing?

  • What about the Brexit that Jeremy Corbyn negotiates?

  • Will you be in favor of that or not?

  • I think it's a very good if we get that.

  • It's a very good deal.

  • I can.

  • You name one person in the Labour shadow Cabinet who will back Jeremy Corbyn's new Brexit?

  • Who?

  • John trick Someone else, Um, you would go for somebody and anyone.

  • Our justice secretary, Richard Bergen, back a new Brexit deal.

  • I believe you.

  • Would you marry?

  • I've said I think it's a good thing to put the British public and then allow them to have the final say.

  • I think people can summarize from this conversation the total lack of leadership.

  • Imagine this government.

  • It's not a matter of leadership, Matt.

  • Leadership is about uniting people.

  • You want to divide people in this country in exactly the same way again, done exactly the same way as you've done for the past 10 years.

  • You have divided people so that we now have four million after my experience in public after Mike's were now got food banks in After my experience of my hus stings, don't talk to me about dividing this next quiet.

  • Good.

  • You're done that.

  • No, you've done that?

  • No, because there's the video where Matt was a time when he was talking about anti Semitism in one of his house things.

  • Did you see it?

  • No, no, right.

  • I was screamed down by Labour Party activists who refused to listen to the fact that there is a problem of anti Semitism in the Labour Party.

  • They refused to listen and they just shouted me down.

  • Go and watch him and then maybe you can apologize a CZ.

  • You know, I've apologized in the House of Commons to the Jewish community for anti Semitism in the Labour Party, on the anti Semitism in our case May when you went in the debate that we had on the Holocaust Memorial Day.

  • But I made my position very clear on that on.

  • It's absolutely right that we take that on in the Labour Party and we do and we have.

  • And that's why we changed the rules.

  • You, your prime minister, promised at the leadership postings that there would be a an investigation into in the Conservative Party into Islamophobia.

  • No, no, no, that was still it's still not happened.

  • And it was on Islamophobia.

  • Wasn't a generalized run on on racism on.

  • You're trying to duck the issue there in your party, you need to tackle it head on as we're trying to do in the Labour Party because it's a key issue, that is, that is a problem in this country.

  • On the rise of the right.

  • Andi in the intolerance in this country has to be dealt with created it is the is the inequality on the division that your government has surely to This is sold in this country over the past.

  • What's created it is, was there was an example of this very clearly on dhe.

  • If you're prepared to, maybe you can get the people who were there to apologize for their behavior.

  • But But we've got to move forward on off this and the best way to move this is too to deal with.

  • Those things get done with these things.

  • You get Brexit done absolutely and move the country forward.

  • Quite.

  • Why don't we actually try and make sure that we get some quality?

I thought Jeremy Corbyn was actually quite on.

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イギリスの選挙ではマット・ハンコックとバリー・ガーディナーの間に争いが勃発している。 (UK election spat breaks out between Matt Hancock and Barry Gardiner | FT)

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