The prime minister delivers the first big set-piece speech of the campaign as Labour pledges £26bn extra per year for NHS
- McCluskey tells Corbyn to defy calls to extend freedom of movement
- Lady Warsi says Tories still failing to tackle ‘racism at every level’
- Labour’s NHS ‘rescue package’ to be paid for by higher taxpayers
- The leave-voting seat where the library matters as much as Brexit
Nigel Farage, the Brexit party leader, is now saying that he could not vote Conservative on the basis of what they have done this week. Earlier he suggested he might. (See 5.14pm.)
No, given the way the Conservative party have behaved this week – I could not vote for them. https://t.co/Uj0jkyR6yG
Q: Corbyn has ruled out a second referendum next year. Aren’t you misleading the public by saying otherwise? And is not your deal with the Brexit party just as shady as any Labour/SNP cooperation?
Johnson says the Tories do not do deals.