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Friday, 10 June 2016

Nigel Farage v David Cameron - ITV Debate

Nigel Farage v David Cameron - ITV Debate

This is the debate from a couple of days ago on ITV between David Cameron and Nigel Farage.

Although described a debate it wasn't really as the two people were never on stage at the same time together.

Instead it was a politician v audience (with moderator - not that she did much) - format.

First Nigel Farage went on first to face questions from the Remain campaign and their supporters about the threats of leaving the EU to the economy, trade, NHS and security.

Then David Cameron went on to face questions from the Leave side and their supporters about the benefits of leaving. Questions on how he would deal with mass immigration that would see the UK have 80 million people living here by 2040, the lack of democracy in the EU and why he had changed his mind from speeches he had made before the EU referendum.

You can watch the full debate here.

Part 1 - Nigel Farage


Part 2 - David Cameron



Would it have been better if the two politicians were on stage together debating each other or do you think the format of one at a time v the audidence worked well?

Would you like to see more of these kinds of debates (if you can call it that), and if so, who would you like to see in them?

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2 comments:

  1. I think it would have been far better AND more entertaining if both Farage and Cameron were on the stage together debating each other. That's what a debate is. To call it otherwise is bollocks. At least the questioners were a bit clued up and no easy soft balls thrown at them.

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  2. I think Nigel Farage was much better in the 2 stage debate. He's worked in the EU for years and is prepared to lose his job for his principles I doubt Cameron has a principle in his body.

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