Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has accepted Theresa May’s challenge of a TV Brexit debate on the BBC – but only if it is the two leaders head-to-head.
Mr Corbyn had previously claimed he preferred the bid from broadcaster ITV, but Mrs May wanted the BBC to host it.
In a statement on Saturday, the BBC said its proposal includes a one-on-one debate as well as a chance to hear from “a wider range of voices”.
Other parties say they want to be part of any Brexit TV debate.
The BBC’s debate would take part on Sunday 9 December, two days before MPs are due