David Cameron and Ed Miliband Live Q&A Watch

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Kicking people out after 6 months and moving away from ever closer union. He just promised to get us exempted from some of the foundations of the eu.... The eu Wikipedia page would tell him none of this is going to happen or is negotiable..


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Actually from reading EU laws reacently I belive he's allowed to do that
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Right of residence for more than three monthsThe right of residence for more than three months remains subject to certain conditions. Applicants must:

  • either be engaged in economic activity (on an employed or self-employed basis);
  • or have sufficient resources and sickness insurance to ensure that they do not become a burden on the social services of the host Member State during their stay. The Member States may not specify a minimum amount which they deem sufficient, but they must take account of personal circumstances;
  • or be following vocational training as a student and have sufficient resources and sickness insurance to ensure that they do not become a burden on the social services of the host Member State during their stay;

http://europa.eu/legislation_summari.../l33152_en.htm
so that's not an issue.
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I hadn't heard of her before this. What do you dislike about her?
She comes across as rude and condescending, as well as clueless. There are just much better presenters out there.

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Actually from reading EU laws reacently I belive he's allowed to do that
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http://europa.eu/legislation_summari.../l33152_en.htm
so that's not an issue.
I was not aware of that, thanks.

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I was not aware of that, thanks.

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You're welcome

yeah most people don't, the goverenment just doesn't bother to use the powers.
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Ed Miliband having difficulties spotting people, and the David question his face was just :O
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These things are pointless.

All the weird Labour fanboys will just criticise everything Cameron says, and all the weird Tory fanboys will criticise everything Miliband says. Regardless of their performance.

People who are neutral will form their opinions on entirely spurious and irrelevant factors, such as which one "looked more confident".

Completely pointless.
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Miliband can prove he is the right man for the job
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Ed Miliband had tougher questions from the audience, and I think did okay.
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Only caught Miliband's questions. How did Cameron compare?
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Only caught Miliband's questions. How did Cameron compare?
I think Ed managed better and came across are more genuine than cameron who to me seemed to evade questions and answered uncomfortable ones with just:
''Well I just don't accept that''.
But cameron seemed more sure of himself than Ed.
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God Paxman somehow actually makes me like Ed Milliband which is impressive.
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Paxman is incredibly condescending!
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Paxman seems even tougher against Ed!
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I actually really dislike Paxman nowadays. he continually asks ridiculously over-simplistic questions to complex questions.


This whole debate has been a complete sham. 100 stupid meaningless gimmicky questions. Paxman or that awful woman interrupts any serious attempt at an answer within 5 seconds.

I really do ****ing despair.
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The only way to deal with a guy like Paxman is to give him a taste of his own medicine. Good to see Ed biting back.
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Ed is flustering.
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(Original post by Chief Wiggum)
These things are pointless.

All the weird Labour fanboys will just criticise everything Cameron says, and all the weird Tory fanboys will criticise everything Miliband says. Regardless of their performance.

People who are neutral will form their opinions on entirely spurious and irrelevant factors, such as which one "looked more confident".

Completely pointless.

The whole thing is a ****ing waste of time - half the questions are pointless trolling; the other half, Paxman doesn't let the guy answer and just repeats idiotic nonsense.
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Ed is quite fiesty :lol:
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I kind of get the impression Paxman's like talking to a wall, but every time you say something the wall punches you in the face.
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Wow! Miliband's put him on the ropes. What the hell just happened?
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