Daniel Hewitt (@DanielHewittITV )

Daniel Hewitt

Bio Political Correspondent: @itvnews. Presenter of ITV News’ Election Podcast. RTS Journalist of the Year 2018 (NW), BAFTA & @TheOrwellPrize nominee. #wba
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iPhone : Was racing to get top piece done for News at Ten on #bbcqt debate (with top producer Iona Napier) so wasn’t tweeting. I suspect the moments we’ll still be talking about up until Dec 12th are Corbyn’s ‘neutrality’ & Sturgeon’s claim he will do a deal with her if push comes to shove.

Twitter Web App : Jeremy Corbyn had a tough time, but gathered some support from some of the audience. Jo Swinson is more than 20 minutes in and it's unrelentingly hostile. Near silence for pretty much every answer. This must have felt like a long 30 minutes for the Lib Dem leader.

Twitter Web App : Who’s winning? Latest “Peston Calling” podcast out now twitter.com/itvnews/status…

iPhone : Well done Martin Stew for patiently trying to explain Labour’s own policy to one of Labour’s own candidates, who insists in this interview Labour does not want a second referendum... twitter.com/itvtynetees/st…

iPhone : On Labour’s spending plans, here’s my interview with the IFSPaul Johnson as mentioned in our #CallingPeston podcast today. He says they aren’t credible.

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iPhone : .The Labour Party has pledged to raise an extra £83bn for government spending - but how will it do it?

Listen to #CallingPeston to hear @peston, @danielhewittITV, @shehabkhan, Libby Wiener pick apart the Labour manifesto and examine whether the spending plans are realistic

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iPhone : A must listen from the podcast duo - whose manifesto will surely be called: ‘A Bigger Cupboard’ twitter.com/danielhewittit…

iPhone : Labour has released its manifesto - but do its spending pledges add up?

In today's #CallingPeston podcast, @peston and the team examine the document and ask whether it's achievable

Is it a Jeremy Corbyn fantasy or can it become reality?