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Jeremy Corbyn says he 'doesn't watch television very much on Christmas Day' when quizzed on Queen's Speech

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Jeremy Corbyn says he 'doesn't watch television very much on Christmas Day' when quizzed on Queen's Speech

Jeremy Corbyn says he 'doesn't watch television very much on Christmas Day' when quizzed on Queen's Speech

Courtesy: ITV Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn appeared to admit during an interview with ITV's Julie Etchingham that he did not know when the Queen’s message is aired on Christmas Day.

Mr Corbyn also said he would give up the prime minister’s country residence Chequers to a homeless family if he wins next week’s General Election.

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