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April 16, 2010

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Elaine Turner

I would really like to see this bit, but there is far too much buffering, for too long. It really is coming out one word at a time!

David Belchamber

This is the bit people need to see/hear:

"One of the reasons why people felt Mr Clegg won the day was because he was the one who looked down the camera," said Mr Collett.

"If you looked at what David Cameron was doing, he was addressing the audience.

"Mr Clegg recognised that was not the case. It was about engaging potential voters, so all his remarks were directed down the barrel of the camera.

"He would pick on someone by name and then switch to the camera."

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