General Election: Party leaders take to the ring

Published on November 19, 2019 - Duration: 00:59s

General Election: Party leaders take to the ring

Party leaders take to the ring on their campaign trails.

Jo Swinson in Hornsey, Nigel Farage in London and Bolsover, and Boris Johnson today in Manchester.

Boris Johnson's visit to the ring comes ahead of going toe-to-toe with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn in the ITV debate tonight.

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