The PM is “using the Queen to deliver a pre-election party political broadcast”, Jeremy Corbyn has said.

The Labour leader called holding a Queen’s Speech, which is due to take place on 14 October, before an expected election a “cynical stunt” in a speech.

And he said he is “champing at the bit” to have an election once a no-deal Brexit is taken “off the table”.

The Queen’s Speech allows the government to outline its priorities at the start of a parliamentary year.

However, speaking in Northampton, Mr Corbyn described the event as “a farce” with the government “setting out an agenda to Parliament that it has no intention or means of delivering”.

“This government isn’t going to put any legislation before Parliament.

“It has a majority of minus 45, a

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