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The Debates
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Key moments in the final debate
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Navigate video by the main questions and jump to the key moments in the second prime ministerial debate.
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Simon Schama looks ahead to the debates


KEY DEBATE FACTS
UK's first election prime ministerial debates agreed after months of talks
Saw Gordon Brown, David Cameron and Nick Clegg go head-to-head three times
Each debate used same format, set out in detailed agreement
FINAL DEBATE
Final debate in Birmingham produced by BBC News and themed on the economy
SECOND DEBATE
Second debate in Bristol, produced by Sky News and themed on international affairs
FIRST DEBATE
First debate in Manchester, produced by ITV and themed on domestic affairs


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