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Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Jeremy Corbyn yesterday took part in the Leaders Debate - and it's fair to say a few crucial topics were left out of the agenda..

The Labour Leader participated in a Q&A session with members of the public - moderated by Sky's political editor Faisal Islam -  and an interview with Jeremy Paxman. 

It was aired live on Channel 4 News and Sky News, and the Labour Leader has divided opinion with his performance. Many believe the veteran left-winger provided a spirited performance and offered strong, coherent answers to questions on the NHS, police cuts and Brexit.

But despite the tough interrogation, there were several questions which Paxman and his audience should have asked Corbyn - but didn't.

Read them above.