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60 Sec Elec Friday 29th Nov: Trust in democracy broken and regional manifestos launched

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Boris Johnson says that democracy is broken, Labour launch their local East Midlands manifesto and ITV prepare for Sundays election debate.

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Boris Johnson has warned a hung Parliament would lead to a "delayed, denied" Brexit - but stopped short of ruling out a no-deal exit.

At a press conference in London, Mr Johnson tried to focus the General Election back onto Brexit.

He said if there was a Conservative majority government after the election, then they could 'deliver on the change people voted for'.

Mr Johnson added that his party would bring the Withdrawal Agreement back before Christmas and then leave the EU on January 31.

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Labour have launched a separate manifesto for every region in England as part of plans to hand "wealth and power back to every community".

The regional manifestos will be launched alongside further details of the party's £250bn Green Transformation Fund, which the party said is an "investment blitz" on a scale not seen in since the Second World War.

Their Shadow Transport Secretary Andy McDonald visited Nottingham City Transport's Bus depot and a factory in Bilborough, that will make ultra-low energy refits city homes - once it opens in the new year.

The ITV election debate will take place on Sunday at 7pm Credit: ITV News

And ITV are gearing up for their next election debate on Sunday from 7pm. Seven partys will be taking part in the event which will be hosted by Julie Etchingham.

ITV News is sharing all the key speeches and campaign appearances as they happen as part of our Campaign Live coverage.

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