Election 2017: May and Corbyn prepare for Yorkshire showdown in final pre-election TV grilling

Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn are shaping up for their final TV showdown of the General Election campaign as they take questions from voters in a live grilling expected to be watched by millions.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will be making a speech in York to set out his plans to create one million "high quality" jobs by investing 250 billion in industry.

The Conservative and Labour leaders will appear separately on the BBC1 Question Time special event held at University of York tonight. The Prime Minister has refused to take part in televised debates with her rivals.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will be making a speech in York to set out his plans to create one million "high quality" jobs by investing 250 billion in industry.

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Theresa May will attend the Question Time Special at the University of York tonight.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will be making a speech in York to set out his plans to create one million "high quality" jobs by investing 250 billion in industry.
Theresa May will attend the Question Time Special at the University of York tonight.