Snap election 2019

Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn will face off in a televised debate just days before the December general election.
Labour leader backs Boris Johnson's plan for a Brexit election, telling shadow cabinet that no deal is now off the table.
PM tables new legislation to get round requirement for two-thirds majority of MPs.
Third time unlucky: polling day bid defeated after Corbyn refuses to give support. But a slightly earlier date still an option.
"It's a bit ridiculous, isn't it," the BBC's Andrew Marr suggested.
Tory minister Nicky Morgan calls plan a "stunt" to avoid Brexit deal vote.
Will the prime minister get his snap general election? Or will he have to busy himself with the cabinet secret Santa ballot instead?
As Boris Johnson faces division in the Commons over Brexit, will the UK actually be going to the polls in the next few weeks?