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Friday evening saw the latest and final debate of this general election as Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn went head-to-head on BBC One.
The two opposing leaders tackled a variety of subjects during their hour-long grilling by veteran political correspondent Nick Robinson.
The usual subjects such as Brexit, the NHS, anti-semitism, racism and just who is fit to run the country all came up but let's be honest, we're only here for the jokes and Twitter did not disappoint.
So I watched #bbcdebate and all I got out of it was this lousy t-shirt..
Thanks @beesesteeses x https://t.co/ddmMIoVokd — Mark Bonnar (@Mark Bonnar)
50,000 more nurses... #BBCDebate #BBCLeadersDebate https://t.co/oCreL2FEGC — Stanners (@Stanners)
The year is 2150. The BBC are hosting the Prime Ministerial debate. The leader of the Conservative party is still b… https://t.co/WqiOY2jVNb — Abby Tomlinson (@Abby Tomlinson)
@janemerrick23 I'll have a p please Nick https://t.co/8ATEUEOGSW — General Boles (@General Boles)
'Get Brexit Done!'
'Make America Great Again!'
Empty soundbites from brash, bullying, lying politicians.
They do… https://t.co/1QEIvkiMqv — Francesca Martinez (@Francesca Martinez)
literally no one:
Boris Johnson: gET BrEXit dONE
#BBCDebate — Abby Tomlinson (@Abby Tomlinson)
Watched the leaders debate last night & had a drink everytime Johnson said
"Get Brexit done"
I'm currently in A&E with alcohol poisoning — joe heenan (@joe heenan)
The only way you'll see your family again is if we Get Brexit Done — Michael Deacon (@Michael Deacon)
Why? Was Andrew Neil hiding in the crowd ready to jump out and interview him? 🤔 https://t.co/UjDlGN41AE — Angela Rayner (@Angela Rayner)
Can I suggest to Boris Johnson that a suitable punishment for politicians who lie during a campaign would be to be… https://t.co/A1xBDWdWOM — David Schneider (@David Schneider)
It remains to be seen how influential this, or any of the debates, will be on the outcome of the election but if YouGov is anything to go by Boris Johnson will still be prime minister on December 13.
Oh...and YouGov awarded Johnson the win in the debate by 52 per cent to 48 per cent, the same result as the EU referendum. You honestly couldn't make this stuff up.
SKY/YOUGOV INSTANT POLL-Who won?
Boris Johnson- 52
Jeremy Corbyn- 48
This. Country. Is. Cursed. — Lewis Goodall (@Lewis Goodall)
52 vs 48... Of course it is 😂 https://t.co/SXUsDVPrjT — Election Maps UK (@Election Maps UK)
https://t.co/DOkiIGGry8 — James Felton (@James Felton)
HT New European
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