Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn warmed up for their long-awaited meeting to discuss the way ahead on Brexit by clashing in the House of Commons.
At Prime Minister’s Questions the Labour leader repeatedly urged Mrs May to rule out a no-deal Brexit and to ditch her “red lines” in any upcoming talks with Brussels.
Mrs May hit back by saying that Mr Corbyn “has no plan for Brexit”.
The pair will meet privately later to seek common ground on Brexit.
The BBC’s Political Editor Laura Kuenssberg said she was sure they would not be shouting at each other when they meet at 15:00 GMT, but “in terms of where the two main parties are, there really isn’t much common ground”.