JEREMY Corbyn is a “crocodile” who is “lurking” under the water of British politics, Jeremy Hunt has blasted as he faces a grilling from Tories tonight.
The Foreign Secretary and his rival Boris Johnson are facing a roasting in a digital hustings with questions from members and voters.
He said as the debate started tonight: that Corbyn was a “crocodile lurking underneath the water of British politics”.
And he vowed never to let the Labour party anywhere near No10 Downing Street, promising not to call an election until Brexit is sorted.
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