I tuned into this debate with high hopes - that maybe it would actually be more of a 'debate' this time around.
Sadly, in my opinion, this did not happen.
How can something be a genuine debate when people are pre-warned of the questions and they are timed to the exact second as to when they can answer?
I think the lack of audience response again is just creepy - why have an audience if they are not allowed to make any kind of noise - it just doesn't make sense.
Various polls this morning are placing Cameron and Clegg at equal first, with Gordon Brown trailing behind.
But to be honest - I couldn't see a clear winner myself.
Brown came across pretty much the same as last time - although at least he has stopped trying to get into bed with Clegg.
Clegg, I think, is being shown up a little more on his policies - as I said before his Manifesto just didn't seem to deliver.
Cameron - hmmm, I just don't know. He showed a little more feistiness than last week - but I can hardly say he inspired me as a politician.
Personally I think a hung parliament is looking more and more likely.
I'll keep holding out hope that the third and final debate will actually be a proper one.
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