The UK Brexit tv-talk with the leading politicians, the Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn did not revealed anything big surprises. Related to Brexit, the main difference was clear in the ITV´s tv-debate on Tuesday.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson repeated that the Conservatives want a quick Brexit deal while the Labour leader Boris Johnson said the party would like to have another referendum. This could also mean that the party might be able to cancel the years long Brexit agreement.
One of the topics was also the national health system, NHS and the funding around it. The parties have different views about the future of the NHS.
Prime Minister canceled on Monday the planning of the lower corporate tax saying the funds will be forwarded to the refinancing of the NHS. The corporate tax will stay at 19 %, the PM said.
The Labour Party has said earlier that they would like to create a state-owned drug company to keep medicine prices down.
Both leaders were on Monday at the CBI (Confederation of British Industry) event and Jeremy Corbyn said that the Labour Party would like to nationalise the railways, electricity companies, water companies and the Royal Mail.
The polls after the tv presentation showed that the gap between the parties have become smaller and the Tories will lead by 51 % of votes and the Labour 49 %. The poll was made by YouGov tonight.
The UK will have the general elections on the 12th December and if no majority or alliance could be made, the UK could be heading to second election in 2020.