/ITV Debate part 2 comic or crazy? – honesty, Prince Andrew
ITV Debate part 2 comic or crazy?

ITV Debate part 2 comic or crazy? – honesty, Prince Andrew

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ITV Debate part 2 comic or crazy? In the second half Boris and Jeremy had to give responses on honesty and Prince Andrew

Well what do you think.  The verbal clashes and attacks just did not ease up. Although there was one stage when ITV’s Julie Etchingham asked the two leaders to shake hands and be friends.  What an effort it was!

The audience were on their marks.  The long waiting lists and lack of staff at the NHS were key questions.  Not sure they were convinced by the answers. Boris investing more money.  Jeremy talking about a four day week for staff.  Disaster!

Don’t miss the bit when they are asked about Prince Andrew and his interview.  Both gave intriguing answers.

Was the debate a game changer for you?  Do leave your reaction in our comment box.  We would love to her from you.

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