Clegg: "What we've got to do is stop the young offenders of today becoming the hardened criminals of tomorrow."
Brown: "Although crime is falling - official crime figures show it's falling, and violent crime is falling - I feel that we have got to do far more."
Clegg: "I think you deserve the right to sack your MPs when they're corrupt, but you also deserve a politics where we finally get the big money out of politics altogether."
Brown: "If your MP is misbehaving, and is guilty of corrupt practices, and Parliament doesn't act, you should have the right to recall that MP."
Cameron: "We're going to make your politics better value for money as well as cleaner, I think that is part of the apology we really badly need to make."
ECONOMY & PUBLIC FINANCES
Cameron: "What we say is save £6bn in the coming current year in order to stop the jobs tax which we think will derail the recovery."
Clegg: "We all know we've got this great black hole in our public finances... We all know we're going to have to save money, we all know we're going to have to make cuts."
Brown: "You cannot afford to take money out of the economy now because you will put jobs at risk, businesses at risk, and you will put the whole economy at risk."
Clegg: "[British troops] are under-equipped and they are under-paid."
Brown: "I would not send our troops into battle unless I was absolutely sure that they were properly equipped for what they're doing."
Cameron: "We must make sure that if we get involved in these conflicts in the future, we don't have the situation where we have the troops on the ground without enough helicopters."
Brown: "I want people to know that public services are personal to people's needs, and that's why we need to give these guarantees to individual patients, and that's what we're going to do from now on."
Cameron: "My vision is that we improve it, we expand it, we develop it, we make sure that it's got more choice and more control for the patient."
Clegg: "We're closing A&E departments and maternity wards and wasting money on computer systems and bureaucracy. I want to turn that on its head so we can protect the NHS we all rely on."
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