Jeremy Corbyn challenges the Prime Minister to an Annual Debate

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Jeremy Corbyn, the Leader of the Opposition, has offered David Cameron, the Prime Minister, an annual televised debate to discuss the state of the nation.

Talking to the Independent newspaper Corbyn said that such debates would “engage more in politics in way that has been shown to be effective”.

Tim Farron, the Leader of the Liberal Democrats, and Nicola Sturgeon, the Leader of the SNP, both said that they would be interested in taking in such a debate. A spokesman for David Cameron said that they would consider any proposals which were made.