UK PM May says prepared to leave EU without a Brexit deal

She said the Conservative party is "working at the moment on what those new rules will be".

Once the studio audience finished it was the turn of veteran broadcaster Paxman, who opted to begin his interrogation on nuclear weapons.

The Prime Minister said that the funding of the health service is linked to the performance of the economy, but she was committed to increasing funds for the NHS.

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He refused to be drawn on whether he would order a drone strike against a terrorist plotting overseas to attack the United Kingdom, saying he could not answer a "hypothetical question without the evidence". "We have to look at the evidence that is there at the time to make that fatal decision one way or the other". "But she is a weathercock who believes in very little", Farage said.

"Doing what is the right thing by the country".

She said: "He is not prepared to take a single hard decision for the good of our economy".

Now she said he was promising to rip up the Government's Brexit white paper and bin its Great Repeal Bill, setting back the negotiation process further.

"I've met pensioners who have said they don't think they should get that winter fuel payment", she said. "In negotiations you have to recognise that you're not in there to get a deal at any price".

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Despite repeated pressing questioning from Mr Paxman, the Prime Minister refused to answer whether she had changed her mind on the question of Brexit.

Mr Corbyn was also pressed on his previous campaigning in Northern Ireland, with an audience member accusing him of attending a commemoration for members of the IRA, an Irish paramilitary group.

But, Corbyn set out a different approach.

A previous comment by Mr Corbyn about the Falklands conflict was also raised - that "young unemployed men" were being sent to die in pursuit of a "Tory plot". "I felt that she was exploiting the situation".

Asked about his party's proposal to extend free childcare to all two-year-olds on BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour program, Corbyn said, "It will cost ... it will obviously cost a lot to do, so we accept that". "And he could have been", he said.

If one party obtains a majority of seats, then that party is entitled to form the government, with its leader as prime minister.

"You should never be so high and mighty you can't listen to somebody else and learn something from them".

During her session in front of the studio audience, Mrs May insisted she had given the police the resources they needed but acknowledged that numbers in England and Wales had fallen by around 20,000. She said: "I'm not prepared to sign up to a bad deal with the European Union".

Barely two weeks ago, a series of surveys showed May was on course for a landslide parliamentary majority in a June 8 snap election which she called to secure a strong mandate for Brexit talks.

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