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Question Time Election Leaders Special - BBC1 8PM

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With just seven days until the people of the UK go to the polls to choose their next government, David Dimbleby presents a change to the usual format as Conservative leader David Cameron, the Liberal Democrats' Nick Clegg and Labour's Ed Miliband come on in turn and face questions from the audience

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Theres a Nigel Farage thing on at 10.30 too

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Yea gonna lock into that as well. They gave him his own show because UKIP kicked up a fuss about them not allowing him in the debates when Ofcom ruled they were now one of the main parties.

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Don't know why Clegg is involved in this debate

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Don't know why Clegg is involved in this debate

Because he is the leader of the third biggest party?

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Didn't UKIP over take them this past couple of years.

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Didn't UKIP over take them this past couple of years.

Party Seats

Conservative 302

Labour 256

Liberal Democrat 56

Democratic Unionist 8

Scottish National 6

Independent 5

Sinn Fein 5

Plaid Cymru 3

Social Democratic Party 3

UK Independence Party 2

Alliance 1

Green 1

Respect 1

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Yea I seen that. I'm talking popularity though with public support number since it is a new election. I remember it constantly being in the news that UKIP were now the 3rd party of the UK. Not sure what it stands at today.

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Gambino you're referring to opinion polls to indicate the popularity of political parties. 
 
Polls have UKIP as third most popular with ~14% of popularity.
 
last election, lib dems won the third most seats as per Mame's chart which is why nick gets to take part

 

not giving up either the lil weasel, that look left look right bollocks is facking hillarious

 

still think lib dems will have an embarrassing election though

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I'd rather him do that than have Milliband borrowing, borrowing, borrowing and borrowing and Broke.

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lol Why is your comment deleted?

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I like what Ed's saying about scrapping that Tax rule.

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Ed is getting it. Good.

Guy in blue is making him sweat. No homo.

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lol Fucking hell not surprised. He's claiming Labour didn't overspend........

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That was a mad deflection by ed by answering one of camerons questions :lol:

Will of worked for him

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I'm happy to hear him ruling out an SNP coalition again. I'm starting to believe him on that now.

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I'm happy to hear him ruling out an SNP coalition again. I'm starting to believe him on that now.

Hes a complete fool for ruling out being in any coalition at all. Where not having a labour government then.

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This election is gonna be a mess come results day

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Miliband getting SAVAGED

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This election is gonna be a mess come results day

And i love it.

The political class has been too comfortable for decades.

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I'm happy to hear him ruling out an SNP coalition again. I'm starting to believe him on that now.

Hes a complete fool for ruling out being in any coalition at all. Where not having a labour government then.

Does he mean all parties tho? He mentioned ukip and snp

I could see a labour/lib dem working

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I'm happy to hear him ruling out an SNP coalition again. I'm starting to believe him on that now.

Hes a complete fool for ruling out being in any coalition at all. Where not having a labour government then.
Does he mean all parties tho? He mentioned ukip and snp

I could see a labour/lib dem working

I rewinded my sky box, he said majority gov or nothing.

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I don't believe him when he says that. I've had a hard time believing he wouldn't do a deal with the SNP but he's convincing me on that now. Other parties though I think he will deal with.

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Well that aint happening is it.

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