Supermarket workers in Swindon got the chance to grill the Labour Party leader and shadow chancellor.

Sir Keir Starmer and Rachel Reeves popped into the staff room of the Dorcan Morrisons on Wednesday after wandering around the aisles and saying hello to surprised shoppers.

As a huddle of reporters and photographers from local, regional and national news outlets looked on, the politicians greeted Morrisons employees.

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They answered questions from them about helping veterans, creating affordable housing, ensuring new neighbourhoods come with the necessary infrastructure, spending on defence, illegal immigration, and cracking down on shoplifting.

The party's North Swindon candidate Will Stone and South Swindon candidate Heidi Alexander were also in attendance.