Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn will go head-to-head for a televised debate on Friday.
It will be the final reside TV debate earlier than the December 12 election, and the final scheduled assembly between the two celebration leaders.
The BBC debate comes six days earlier than the British public heads to the polls subsequent Thursday.
Take a have a look at the whole lot you have to find out about tonight’s debate:
Where and when is it happening?
The debate will be held in entrance of a studio viewers in Maidstone, Kent.
It will run for an hour reside on BBC1 from 8.30pm to 9.30pm.
Who is presenting the debate?
Nick Robinson, one among the Radio 4 Today programme’s common presenters and former BBC political editor, will be the moderator, placing questions and maintaining order.
Where will the leaders be positioned?
Each man will stand in entrance of a podium, just a few toes aside. Following a toss of cash. Mr Johnson will be on the proper and Mr Corbyn on the left.
What is the format?
Each chief will make a 60 second opening assertion.
They will then debate questions put by members of the viewers who’ve been picked for the BBC by polling agency Savanta ComRes and questions submitted by way of the BBC web site.
There will be last closing statements of 30 seconds every.
Again following a toss of cash, Labour received to decide on the order of the opening statements and opted to go first, whereas the Conservatives selected to go second in the closing statements.
How is the viewers chosen?
The viewers has been chosen to incorporate equal numbers of Conservative and Labour supporters, with a smaller variety of undecided voters and supporters of different events.
It has additionally been weighted to incorporate a slim majority of Leave voters over Remainers in the EU referendum, aside from just a few youthful voters who weren’t sufficiently old to vote in 2016.