Jeremy Corbyn hopes to get his election campaign back on track on Wednesday and move on from allegations that he has failed to tackle anti-Semitism in the Labour Party.

Mr Corbyn refused to apologise to the Jewish community during a BBC interview with veteran journalist Andrew Neil, after the Chief Rabbi warned that his failure to tackle the issue made him unfit to be prime minister.


Mr Corbyn will make a statement on the NHS during a speech in London.

He will later travel to the south-west of England for a rally about climate change.


Boris Johnson will also be campaigning in the South West.

Boris Johnson visited the International Aviation Academy, Norwich, on Tuesday Credit: Stefan Rousseau/PA

Liberal Democrats

Conservative former cabinet member Lord Heseltine will join Chuka Umunna and Sam Gyimah for a press conference in London.

Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie will campaign in Edinburgh.


Nicola Sturgeon, who visited a play cafe in Uddingston on Tuesday, will launch the SNP’s general election manifesto in Glasgow.

Nicola Sturgeon at Jolly Tots & Cookies Play Cafe in Uddingston Credit: Jane Barlow/PA

Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage will visit Doncaster to speak alongside local candidates.

Scottish Greens will be in Culross to launch a campaign to re-open the train line which would link Dunfermline to Alloa, Glasgow and the west.