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Tuesday 8th May 2012 | 19:15
Following David Cameron's desire to head a "Conservative-led government' last week, today we have Nick Clegg talking about a 6/7 year plan to end the deficit.
Nigel Farage MEP, the UKIP leader said,
"Leaving aside the absurd claim that the deficit will be dealt with in that time, given that it is rising even now, it is becoming increasingly obvious that both the Prime Minister and his Deputy are looking to continue the coalition past the next general election, both happier in each others company than in the parties they are supposed to lead.
With the change of election law to allow two party signifiers on a voting slip, are we to understand that the 2015 election will be a coupon election?"