Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is holding off putting up his Christmas tree ahead of the General Election vote
Jeremy Corbyn waiting until General Election day to put up Christmas tree

Jeremy Corbyn waiting until General Election day to put up Christmas tree

Jeremy Corbyn waiting until General Election day to put up Christmas tree

Jeremy Corbyn waiting until General Election day to put up Christmas tree

Jeremy Corbyn waiting until General Election day to put up Christmas tree

Jeremy Corbyn waiting until General Election day to put up Christmas tree
Jeremy Corbyn waiting until General Election day to put up Christmas tree
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Jeremy Corbyn will be waiting until December 12th before putting his Christmas Tree up, amid his "busy" election campaign - in case he needs it at Number 10.

The Labour leader teased he'd be waiting until the date of the General Election vote to decide when and where it goes.

The festive tree could be joining him at Downing Street if he wins the election, with results set to be announced in the early hours of December 13th.

Speaking on This Morning on Tuesday morning, the party leader shared his hopes to be voted Prime Minister as he battles against Conservative leader Boris Johnson and the other party candidates.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is waiting for the General Election to put his Christmas Tree up

Hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield brought the attention to Christmas and where he might be celebrating this year, depending on the result.

Holly then quizzed if he'd put his tree up, or if he was avoiding doing so until he knew where he'd be living in a few weeks time.

Jeremy laughed off her comments, before confessing he was likely to hold off until the result.

Holly Willoughby was keen to know Jeremy's Christmas tree plans
Jeremy Corbyn 'intends on winning' the General Election

Holly asked: "Have you got your tree up, or are you gonna wait in case you have to save it for Number 10?"

Jeremy replied: "Well... I think we'll probably put it up around the 12th."

Holly excitedly replied: "Ooh, so yes!"

Jeremy hopes to stay with Labour whatever the vote result

Jeremy added: "We'll put one up, yes. At the moment as you probably gather we're a bit busy."

Holly queried: "But where will it be?"

Phillip then turned the conversation to whether he'll remain with Labour if he doesn't win the election, to which he admitted he was "intending on winning".

He confirmed he did hope to remain Labour leader regardless of the result, keen to "carry out" change.

This Morning airs weekdays and Sundays at 10:30am on ITV.

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Jeremy Corbyn waiting until General Election day to put up Christmas tree

England confirm final Euro 2020 warm-up games as Three Lions gun for glory

England confirm final Euro 2020 warm-up games as Three Lions gun for glory

Gareth Southgate will face Austria and and Romania as the final part of his Euro 2020 preparations.

England will travel to Vienna on Tuesday, June 2 for a match at the Ernst Happel Stadion which will be during a pre-tournament training camp.

They will also host Romania on Sunday, June 7, but it will not be at Wembley because they have to “release” the Euro 2020 to UEFA as it hosts tournament games.

Football Association bosses are considering St James’s Park, Old Trafford and the Etihad as venues as they look to go round the country in the build-up to the tournament.

Austria have been drawn alongside Ukraine, Holland and the play-off winner in Group C ahead of next summer’s finals, while Romania hope to secure their place as hosts through the play-offs in March.

Harry Kane and his England team-mates will take on Austria and Romania

The FA has already announced that England will host Denmark at Wembley on Tuesday, March 31 and negotiations are ongoing about another fixture for March 27.

England have spoken to Belgium but that game is now unlikely to go ahead.

England have been drawn against Croatia, Czech Republic and the winner of a play-off round featuring Scotland, Israel, Norway and Serbia. England’s Group matches will all be played at Wembley.

Emily Hartridge - Grieving scooter death boyfriend talks tough Xmas at 'testing time'

Emily Hartridge - Grieving scooter death boyfriend talks tough Xmas at 'testing time'

The former coke addict boyfriend of the first woman killed in an e-scooter road crash has said he is facing an extremely tough Christmas at this "testing time".

YouTuber Emily Hartridge died just aged 35 she collided with a lorry, in Battersea, in July, on the £400 scooter given to her by her love Jake Hazell.

Just four months on, Jake disclosed to The Mirror exclusively about how the harrowing aftermath of her death left him vulnerable to the vices of drink and drugs.

He tells us: "My mum and dad moved to London when she passed away. None of us had ever been through anything like this.

"Obviously being in recovery, it was a very testing time."

Emily Hartridge - Grieving scooter death boyfriend talks tough Xmas at 'testing time' (pictured L-R: Howard Cooper and Jake Hazell)

The personal trainer confesses he feels he's sometimes "torturing" himself by working in the same gym F45 Training Farringdon where he met and fell in love with Emily.

In the very spot we did the interview, Jake recalled he once sat chatting with Emily when their romance had a lot of promise.

He said: "It's weird, I live a similar life to Emily now, I teach the same fitness class that she taught, I do the mental health groups and I do the stuff online.

Just four months on, Jake disclosed to The Mirror exclusively about how the harrowing aftermath of her death left him vulnerable to the vices of drink and drugs

"It's weirdly comforting to be doing something like her. It's more like a passion."

As he looked back on their romance, Jake said he can no longer look at the videos and photographs of his lost love because it is "raw".

"At first, I could look at the videos and photos but right now I can't," he said. "It's just raw."

Last Christmas was so special for Jake and Emily; the fitness instructor reminisced fondly of the passionate side of their relationship and how neither of them worried about it being "too soon" to merge their families at the time.

The personal trainer confesses he feels he's sometimes "torturing" himself by working in the same gym F45 Training Farringdon where he met and fell in love with Emily

This year, it will be a struggle for Jake over the Xmas period but he vowed to make time to visit the Hartridge family on the big day.

He tells us: "Emily and I were together for a year. We actually went to each other's houses last Christmas. Yeah I don't know why that happened.

"It was far too soon to go to each other's houses and meet the parents over Christmas. But I'm so grateful that we did because we're not going to do it again as a couple."

Jake said: "I'm going to be in London [over Christmas], getting on with stuff, but it's going to be very hard.

In the very spot we did the interview, Jake recalled he once sat chatting with Emily when their romance had a lot of promise

"I'm going to visit the Hartridges just to say hi. But it's just a day. We'll get through it and I'll get through it like all the other ones up until today."

As well as his own family, Jake has the support of his late girlfriend sisters who he remains close to and hail as "fantastic" women.

The fitness coach shared his love of Emily's family like his own; the couple had planned to start a family of their own and get married before the crash changed their lives forever.

Jake says it is Howard's methods about dealing with anxiety which are the "catalyst" for getting him through the "horrible time"

He says: "Those girls [Emily's sisters] are fantastic human beings; they all remind me of Emily. They're all extremely different. That's not why I still see them. I love them all as people.

"Me and Emily were planning to have a baby next year and I would have asked her to marry me. It wasn't just a fling for me; it was the best year of my life.

"Just because Emily isn't here, I still love her family. It's an amazing privileged and I'm so grateful they still want to see me. I still want to be a part of their lives."

Jake says it is Howard's methods about dealing with anxiety which are the "catalyst" for getting him through the "horrible time".

He had been scheduled to meet Howard for a check up on the day Emily had died following his struggle with daily panic attacks.

Howard's methods have helped Jake get on the road to recovery.

Howard says: "I think the big issues with anxiety and panic. People have images in their head they get really absorbed in and interpret them as real.

"Most people typical response for anxiety is to get rid of the bad images but what I do and what is so different about the way I work is I will let people have those images.

"I really bring them up. We'll take some of the worst things you can possibly imagine but get them comfortable about having the images there but knowing they are just thoughts."

Jake’s Instagram account @jacob_hazell.

Howard Cooper is one of Britain’s leading ‘Rapid Change’ experts. A qualified hypnotherapist and Master Practitioner in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), he specialises in helping people create rapid shifts in their thinking.

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