Jeremy Corbyn insisted he would take a “neutral stance” in an EU referendum under Labour while Boris Johnson was challenged over “racist rhetoric” and trustworthiness during a brutal televised grilling.
Jeremy Corbyn and Boris Johnson are returning to the campaign trail after a tough TV grilling from a live audience on a BBC Question Time special.
Temperatures dropped to nearly minus 10C on Monday night – the coldest of the autumn so far.
Scotland would be able to rejoin the EU relatively quickly if it were independent, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Here are the best and worst moments from the appearances of the four main party leaders on Question Time.
Nicola Sturgeon has laid out a list of demands she says would have to be met for the SNP to support a minority Labour government – with the Scottish First Minister insisting she would want to see Trident muclear weapons scrapped and more powers handed to Holyrood, as well as the granting of a second independence vote.
Alex Salmond has pleaded not guilty to attempting to rape a woman at Bute House, the official residence of the first minister of Scotland, during the independence referendum campaign.
Alex Salmond has said he will “vigorously” defend his position after pleading not guilty to offences against 10 women.
Kelly Macdonald will star in the next series of Line Of Duty as the “most enigmatic adversary AC-12 have ever faced”.
Nicola Sturgeon has said Scottish independence will be better planned than Brexit.