Boris Johnson body language shows ‘passion’ during debate with ‘fierce’ ...

THE UK General Election is set to take place on 12 December 2019 and the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, 55, came face to face with Jeremy Corbyn, 70, during a live debate tonight. What did their body language reveal? An expert gave her verdict.

PUBLISHED: 22:06, Tue, Nov 19, 2019 | UPDATED: 22:37, Tue, Nov 19, 2019

The General Election will take place in just a few weeks and politicians have spoken out on their policies. Tonight, the leader of the Conservative party, Boris Johnson, and the leader of the Labour party, Jeremy Corbyn, appeared on ITV for a live debate. What did their body language reveal?

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The General Election will be held this year after the Government voted for an early election to happen.

Boris and Jeremy appeared on the show to speak about their party policies and answer questions from members of the public.

However, their body language revealed how they found the meeting, body language expert, Judi James, told

She said: “What threatened to be a dull event without Jo Swinson to add the ‘young whipper-snapper’ factor turned out to be electric TV, with a born-again Boris taking on a tetchy and fierce-looking Corbyn.

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Boris Johnson: Prime Minister Jeremy CorbynBoris Johnson: The Prime Minister and Jeremy Corbyn appeared on screens for a debate (Image: ITV)

Boris Johnson: Prime Minister Jeremy CorbynBoris Johnson: They spoke about the policies important to them (Image: ITV)

“Boris appeared to have undergone a body language and debating technique make-over.

"His eyes were focused and level rather than darting and his signature naughty-looking smile complete with eye-rolls was replaced by a much more statesmanlike mouth clamp.

“His feet were splayed to suggest inner confidence and his words were concise rather than rambling, with far fewer of the kind of verbal fillers of ‘ums’ and ‘errs’ ruining his points.”

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