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23:00  22 november  2019
23:00  22 november  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Here are some of the best and worst moments of the night. But many online had questions —both about the authenticity of her crystalline singing voice (could it actually have been live?) and her very selection for the gig. (It sounds more shocking and ridiculous every time you think about it anew.)

a group of people on a stage in front of a crowd: The BBC hosted the Question Time Leaders’ Special on Friday evening (Jeff Overs/BBC) © Jeff Overs/BBC The BBC hosted the Question Time Leaders’ Special on Friday evening (Jeff Overs/BBC)

Here are the best and worst moments from the appearances of the four main party leaders on Question Time.

Jeremy Corbyn

a man wearing a suit and tie: Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn during the Question Time special (Jeff Overs/BBC) © Provided by The Press Association Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn during the Question Time special (Jeff Overs/BBC)

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Jeremy Corbyn’s climate change plans for a Green Industrial Revolution were well received by the audience.

He told Question Time that a Labour government on the international stage would work with others to get to net-zero carbon emissions – but did not specify a date.

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Worst

Audience members groaned as Mr Corbyn failed to say whether he would support Leave or Remain in a second referendum, instead saying he would adopt a neutral position.

The Labour leader also faced tough lines of questioning on his nationalisation plans, socialist policies and record on handling anti-Semitism in the party, with one audience member asking if “businesses should be frightened of an incoming Labour government”. 

Nicola Sturgeon

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The SNP leader said she would never put a Conservative prime minister into power – saying she could “not in good conscience” ever put Boris Johnson into Number 10.

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Audience members whooped in support at Ms Sturgeon’s stance, and she suggested she would support a Labour minority government if certain conditions were met.

Worst

Ms Sturgeon faced tough questions about her desire for Scottish independence, with one audience member asking how she would explain her plan to break up the UK to those who fought and died to protect Britain in the Second World War.

The audience member was loudly applauded, but Ms Sturgeon said the closest ties between the nations would always be close – adding: “I don’t believe independence for Scotland is turning our backs on that.”

Jo Swinson

Jo Swinson in a blue shirt: Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson during a visit to an eco home-building site while on the General Election campaign trail in Sheffield (Aaron Chown/PA) © Provided by The Press Association Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson during a visit to an eco home-building site while on the General Election campaign trail in Sheffield (Aaron Chown/PA)

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Jo Swinson ruled out propping up a Conservative government led by Boris Johnson, saying the party was “off with Nigel Farage” and “so far off the chart”.

She won loud applause as she ruled out the coalition, and has previously said Liberal Democrat votes would not put Jeremy Corbyn into Number 10.

Worst

One audience member claimed the Liberal Democrats’ name was now a “misnomer” because of their plan to revoke Article 50 and reverse the Brexit vote – as she faced a series of tough questions about the policy from both Remain and Leave supporters.

Ms Swinson was also repeatedly challenged on her record in government and support for austerity policies, with one audience member asking her if she regretted voting with the Tories on “harsh and uncaring benefit cuts”.

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