On Friday night, four party leaders – Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn, Conservative Boris Johnson, the SNP’s Nicola Sturgeon and the Lib Dems’ Jo Swinson – faced members of the public in a Question Time leaders’ special from Sheffield.
Here are five key moments from the programme.
1. Corbyn confirmed he’ll be ‘neutral’ on Brexit
During an ITV debate on Tuesday, the audience laughed when Mr Corbyn avoided saying whether he would back Leave or Remain in a future Brexit referendum. But in Sheffield, we got more clarity when he confirmed he would adopt a “neutral stance” in a fresh vote on the UK’s membership of the EU.
This had been hinted at in the past, but it appears to be the first time Mr Corbyn himself has confirmed