Final PM Debate
Posted April 29, 2010on:
Tonight in England was the final PM debate. The three main party leaders in the UK went head to head for the last time before the election on Thursday (a week from today). David Cameron (Tory leader), Gordon Brown (Labour leader), and Nick Clegg (Liberal Democrat leader) all battled it out over the questions asked by people from all over England. There were an assortment of questions that covered many topics including the economy, immigration, education, and taxes. These televised debates can prove crucial to the parties as they may swing some voters so close to the election. It was especially important for Gordon Brown and the Labour party due to the big mistake of Gordon Brown yesterday. From recent polls, the Labour party are currently the least favorite with the Tories in first place. Since the first debate on the T.V (there have been 3) Labour have dropped 4% and the Tories have gained 5%. It will be interesting to see who comes out on top next Thursday.