A telling moment during tonight’s leaders’ debate came as the two leaders were asked about the fitness of the Royal Family in the wake of Prince Andrew’s car-crash interview.
Boris Johnson responded, astonishingly, that the Royal Family is ‘beyond reproach’.
But Jeremy Corbyn said immediately that the discussion should be about the victims of the abuse perpetrated by Andrew’s friend Epstein and others:
The audience’s response showed they recognise integrity, humanity and statesmanship when they see it.
Only one statesman was involved in tonight’s programme – and only one leader who can relate to the many.
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