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Some of the funniest reactions to Theresa May's no-show

A noisy and ill-tempered TV election debate began and ended with Jeremy Corbyn and the UK's minor parties condemning Theresa May for failing to turn up.

Despite not being at the BBC Election Debate, Theresa May still found herself taking multiple hits from the other party leaders as they debated the topics of Brexit, public services, security and leadership.

For 90 minutes Ms Rudd took the place of the prime minister, declaring at one...

The Greens co-leader was praised for challenging Ms Rudd about why the United Kingdom is the second biggest arms dealer in the world, while Mr Robertson was commended for accusing Labour of "aping Ukip" on immigration.

And although there was no clear victor among the bickering, Ms Rudd's combative performance will have boosted her chances of becoming the next Tory Chancellor and a future leader of the party. You're not worth Theresa May's time. "You saw the coalition of chaos in action".

■ AMBER RUDD took part in the debate only days after the death of her father, according to reports.

Ukip will be discussing health policy in London, while north of the border in Scotland Nicola Sturgeon will be campaigning for the SNP in Edinburgh, while Labour and the Lib Dems will also be bidding to win votes in the city.

Mr Corbyn's last-minute decision to take part in the BBC debate in Cambridge was created to wrong-foot Ms May by portraying her as running scared of a confrontation with him.

And the rest of the public was in awe at the most British of insults.

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Mr Corbyn snapped back insisting he was supported by the Labour Party. "Have you seen people sleeping around our stations?" he said. We all know about blokes like you'. She might be out there sizing up your house to pay for your social care.

"It's not like that".

People on Twitter were left feeling very confused, since the colours represent the value of the money and not what can be bought with it, though some expressed their keenness to make the most of her misunderstanding of the classic board game and challenged her to a game. We will protect that.

Ms Lucas, who performed strongly throughout, said Ms Rudd's response on disability benefits was "downright insulting". Farron said. "Take a look out your window".

Mr Farron accused the Conservatives of running an immigration policy to "appease UKIP", and drew applause when he highlighted the case of an Asian doctor who was spat at and abused as he returned home after treating the injured in the Manchester bomb attack. The Prime Minister isn't here.

But there was laughter from the audience after she replied to a question about a lack of costings in the Conservative manifesto with "judge us on our record".

She continued: "We've reduced the deficit; we've reduced taxes for the lowest paid".

She said: "We are going to live within our means".



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