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UK: Final PMQs of the current parliament used to demonstrate the parties' main
- PM Johnson tries to bring back questions to Brexit, arguing that the
Conservatives are the only party that will deliver on the referendum.
- For Labour, leader Jeremy Corbyn proves successful in keeping questions on
domestic issues, primarily the NHS. Given Labour's more ambivalent stance on
Brexit, keeping the campaign focused on public services and inequality is likely
to be their best prospect of denying the Conservatives a majority.
- The SNP will try to keep the campaign directed towards Brexit, given the wide
margin of opposition to leaving the EU in Scotland. The Liberal Democrats are
likely to attempt the same campaign method in their target seats in more
affluent areas of England.