Celebrity Big Brother housemates debate Brexit, Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn

Celebrity Big Brother 2018

Politics are up for debate on Celebrity Big Brother 2018 tonight.

Issues concerning Brexit, Prime Minister Theresa May and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn are all up for discussion.

Amanda Barrie, Jess Impiazzi and Ann Widdecombe discuss the current state of UK politics.

Saying that Brexit should have never been put to a public vote, Amanda quips: "Some people thought it was a breakfast cereal."

"I saw someone on Twitter say 'Thank God we're out of the EU' and use a racist term, they weren't even in Europe," says Jess, who previously admitted to not voting in the Brexit vote.

"That's how ignorant people are. How can we use those people to judge on something so important?" she adds.

"The information on the buses was fake," Jess went on before praising Theresa May.

"I like her. My friends are completely Jeremy Corbyn. I feel the Conservatives may be out of touch with the youth but they're not fake," the model continues.

Elsewhere in this evening's episode, it's once again men v women in another task as they take on a survival challenge.

From raft building to foraging for food, it's Bear Grylls meets Big Brother.

"You are now members of two adventurous clubs," Big Brother tells the two groups. "Big Brother has removed all of your luxury food items."

The winning team wins power of nominations again, plus their letters from home.

Elsewhere tonight, in the diary room, Malika talks about wanting to leave. Malika asks for arrangements to be made for her to leave the Celebrity Big Brother house

And Andrew and Courtney talk about Ashley now that Ginuwine has left. Will Andrew make a move?

Celebrity Big Brother 2018 continues nightly on Channel 5.

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