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Dermot O'Leary interviews party leaders

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The Labour, Conservative and Liberal Democrat leaders are all doing interviews with Dermot O'Leary for BBC Three during the election campaign.

The interviews with David Cameron and Nick Clegg have already been broadcast and are now available via iPlayer for the rest of the election campaign.

The Gordon Brown interview will be broadcast next Wednesday 28 April together with interviews with the leaders of the SNP and Plaid Cymru.

Dermot will also be hosting a special BBC Three First Time Voters Question Time programme. For an opportunity to speak directly to a panel of politicians, first time voters can apply to be in the audience in London on Tuesday 4 May.

"If young people really are to get politics, then politics must really understand young people," says O'Leary.

"I want to get to the bottom of their policies and ideas on behalf of the millions of first time voters in this country."

READ DERMOT'S ARTICLE: Young voters want 'straight talking' politicians



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