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Meanwhile Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron insisted that he would not be prepared to enter into a coalition with either the Conservatives or the Labour Party under Mr Corbyn.

Sir Michael Fallon has accused the Labour leader of being "staggeringly irresponsible" on defence after the party descended into confusion over its stance on nuclear weapons.

ComRes chairman Andrew Hawkins said the strength of the Tory lead could pose a problem for the party with the threat of complacency among Conservative supporters who may not turn out to vote.

"We will have a strategic defence review immediately which will include all aspects of defence".

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The party leader came under fire from senior military figures after he appeared to call into question Labour's commitment to maintaining Britain's Trident nuclear deterrent. "We would then look at the situation at that time", he told BBC1's The Andrew Marr Show.

"Or the choice is a Labour Party whose natural instinct is to always raise taxes".

"We will put conditions on the massive public spending budget with private business to ensure no company wins a public contract if they avoid or evade taxes, don't pay their local suppliers on time, or don't recognise trade unions".

Cabinet minister Damian Green told Sophy Ridge on Sunday: "You just have to listen to what Jeremy Corbyn said this morning - he said that he would dismantle Britain's nuclear defences and he would fail to deal effectively with terrorism. Approach it from that position", he said.

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"With Theresa May's record as home secretary and the way she's conducted herself since she's been Prime Minister, I don't think anybody can be in doubt as to how serious she takes those responsibilities and is really on top of the detail".

The row came as the Tories made clear they meant to make Mr Corbyn's fitness for office a key issue in the election campaign.

However, Labour have said the public "cannot trust" Theresa May after she announced the snap election despite telling Brits she would not call one.

"The fact that six in ten voters believe Labour can not win under Corbyn's leadership bring with it the threat of complacency among Tory voters who may be tempted to sit at home on June 8 and let others deliver the result they expect".

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New prime ministers are asked to write "letters of last resort" on their first day in office, which are sealed and given to captains of the UK's nuclear submarines in the event that the government is wiped out by a nuclear strike.