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The Labor leader in Scotland today, his party’s toughest battleground which is why Ed Miliband didn’t want the Scottish Nationals on stage in this TV debate. But today he formally signed up to the broadcaster’s schedule to put pressure on the Prime Minister.

“I say today with Cameron today: ‘you can refuse to face the public, but you can’t deny your record. You can try to chicken out of the debates, but don’t ever again to provide strong leadership to the country’.”

Nick Clegg didn’t much like the news seven-leader format either, which puts the Lib Dems on apart with Greens and Plaid Cymru, but he’s also agreed the proposals.

“I think it’s a little bit arrogant of the conservatives, just somehow assume that they can sort of, you know dictate terms. These all debates run by the Conservative Party, they belong to the British, to the British People.”

David Cameron was in North London today with a friendly audience. But even with all the focus on him, he didn’t discuss the issue. He said he do a seven-head debate in ultimate he described he’s breaking the logjam. But now he’s being betrayed as the only span on the works. His party blames the broadcasters for scheduling the main debate too late.

“If you are a broadcaster, and you come up with the bright idea of having a head-to-head debate between the Prime Minister and Ed Miliband, and in fact I do believe there should be head-to-head debates, how can you have it on the third of the April when a third of the people are already voted by post? What the broadcasts are up to?”

“There are only two people who can end up as Prime Minister, me or Ed Miliband.”

But despite this, Mr. Cameron’s ultimatum on the debates doesn’t include even a rescheduled head-to-head with Ed Miliband who says he’ll do it anytime.

“From David Cameron’s perspective, he and his team have judged the perceptions of Ed Miliband are so low that there is no upside for them that if Ed Miliband which will period the debates and simply get through the debates without falling over on the stage, that will be perceived as a win. So Cameron doesn't think there's any upside for him if he would be in empty chair, though I wish X completely on X territory.”

He risks being labeled scared, arrogant and aloof. What's the terrifying someone caused to his car. The other danger is that these debates simply happen without him.  

Jason Ferrel, Sky News,
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