Jeremy Corbyn emerged the better as he and Theresa May faced a live studio audience and Jeremy Paxman.
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He changed the forecast, we changed the weather. But still it rains.
The Labour leader warns military action will increase the threat to the UK. The PM argues it will reduce it.
The police have avoided the worst, but crime is changing and they cannot stand still.
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The Chancellor abandoned cuts to tax credits and the police but stuck to his target of a £10bn budget surplus.
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In a low-key exchange ahead of the Autumn Statement, the Labour leader covered two areas where the government is vulnerable: renewable energy and women's refuges. However, he failed to mention Syria and the Russian plane shot down by Turkey.
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