As well as questions about security in the wake of Manchester, he was also scrutinised on past comments about the IRA and the Falklands War.
"You can't answer a hypothetical question without the evidence. And I think going forward, we need to make sure in the Brexit negotiations there is no return to any kind of hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic".
But spokespeople for Corbyn told Board of Deputies President Jonathan Arkush that "Jeremy Corbyn condemns the Munich massacre and its perpetrators, and that what he was attending was not anything to do with perpetrator Atef Bseiso, but an event to commemorate the 1985 bombing of the PLO headquarters", the board wrote in a statement Monday.
Mrs May, at times, appeared to crack under the pressure, visibly squirming when heckled by members of the audience over her record on school funding, education and the health service.
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May said she would strive for "a fair settlement" and "the right deal... which will stop us paying huge sums every single year", responding to a question about if she would entertain an option of paying £100 billion to secure a Brexit deal.
"We need to have a government that is open about these things and is willing to find ways of addressing them".
She would also not set a level at which the winter fuel allowance will be taken away - the Tories have said richer pensioners will no longer receive the benefit.
Mrs May replied: "I think you have to".
As Conservative Prime Minister Theresa May and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn go into their leaders' debate tonight - live on Sky News and Channel 4, hosted by Jeremy Paxman - the polls show Labour narrowing the gap between them and the Tories.
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Grant, who plays "a vain, charming acting legend whose star has fallen somewhat in recent years", is later glimpsed. Following the surprise success of the Bafta-nominated 2014 movie, London's favourite bear is back in Paddington 2 .
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn takes to the airwaves on BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour, after his grilling by Jeremy Paxman, hits the keyboard in a Mumsnet chat at noon, then heads to the BBC One Show sofa in the evening.
But Mrs May had a clear supporter in the form of Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, who tweeted: "Jezza was dodging questions & denying his past".
Asked how much she was willing to pay to get out of the European Union, however, the prime minister made clear that she accepted that the United Kingdom would have to make a financial settlement as it leaves the bloc.
This was met with laughter and applause from the audience; with Mr Paxman persisting on the topic.
On the issue of the monarchy, Mr Corbyn rejected suggestions he would abolish it, declaring: "It's not on anybody's agenda, it's certainly not on my agenda". That man would rather die than kill a fox.
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