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On the campaign trail on Tuesday

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A busy day of campaigning comes amid a flurry of events related to a Nato summit in the capital.

National security and defence may well become the themes of the day as Boris Johnson attacks his opposite number Jeremy Corbyn as “naive” about threats to the UK.

The broadside comes as the Prime Minister welcomes world leaders to London for a Nato conference.

Boris Johnson is expected to be campaigning in south-west England in and around official Nato engagements.

Scottish Conservatives leader Jackson Carlaw will visit engineering company Thales.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will focus on workers' rights (Aaron Chown/PA)
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will focus on workers’ rights (Aaron Chown/PA)

Jeremy Corbyn will give a speech in London on workers’ rights, calling out companies it deems to be among the UK’s five worst employers.

In Scotland, Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard will be at the UCU protests at Glasgow University to highlight Labour’s policies to strengthen workers rights.

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– Liberal Democrats 

Leader Jo Swinson is expected to visit a farm in the East of England and will warn of the impact on UK farmers of Brexit and a Donald Trump trade deal.

Scottish Lib Dem election campaign chairman Alex Cole-Hamilton will warn that the clock is ticking for voters to stop indyref2 as he delivers leaflets and speaks to voters in Corstorphine.

– Elsewhere

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Nigel Farage will visit Bassetlaw and Bolsover from 11am and speak alongside MEP Martin Daubney.

Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage continues his tour of the country (Owen Humphreys/PA)
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage continues his tour of the country (Owen Humphreys/PA)

And Scottish Greens co-leader Patrick Harvie will join Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath candidate Scott Rutherford in the town centre, in a constituency where the Scottish Greens have become the only pro-independence party on the ballot.

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