작성일 2019-12-07 14:31:31
Like Brexit, the NHS has featured heavily in the campaign so far - and Friday's debate was no different.
Faith, a student nurse in the audience, asked how each leader would deal with a shortage of NHS nurses.
The Conservative leader said a government run by him would "encourage nurses overseas to come" to the UK "by shortening the time for their visa applications" and by reintroducing bursaries for training.
Mr Corbyn described the NHS as at "breaking point", adding that, under a Labour government, "￡40bn in total would go into the NHS in order to fund it properly".
The Labour leader also repeated one of his main attack lines of the campaign - that a Tory government would allow the NHS to form part of a future trade deal with the US.
However, Mr Johnson described that claim as "Bermuda Triangle stuff".