You don’t watch it, do you? The Queen’s on at 3, not the morn­ing

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JULIE ETCH­ING­HAM: ‘Do you sit down to watch the Queen’s speech, Mr Cor­byn?’ JEREMY COR­BYN: ‘It’s on the morn­ing, usu­ally we have it on some of the time.’

ETCH­ING­HAM: ‘It’s not on in the morn­ing. It’s at three o’clock in the af­ter­noon.’

COR­BYN: ‘It’s when it’s re­peated ... in the af­ter­noon.’

ETCH­ING­HAM: ‘So you don’t sit down as a fam­ily to watch the Queen’s speech.’ COR­BYN: ‘We don’t watch tele­vi­sion very much on Christ­mas Day. Maybe a film in the evening. Erm, I’d like to do a bit of ex­er­cise on Christ­mas morn­ing.’

ETCH­ING­HAM: ‘You do some ex­er­cise on Christ­mas morn­ing. I don’t think the Queen’s speech is in the morn­ing. It’s three o’clock in the af­ter­noon. That’s when ev­ery­body watches it.’

COR­BYN: ‘Well. Our Christ­mas is some­times ...’

ETCH­ING­HAM: ‘You don’t watch it, do you, Mr Cor­byn.’

COR­BYN: ‘There is lots ... I en­joy the pres­ence of my fam­ily and friends around Christ­mas... And, I also visit the home­less shel­ter, either on Christ­mas Day, or the day be­fore, to talk to, and lis­ten to peo­ple’s lives, about how they could be made bet­ter with a gov­ern­ment that cared for them.’

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