British Prime Minister Gordon Brown sought to overcome a major gaffe by trumpeting his economic record in a final TV election debate, but polls suggested he was soundly beaten by main rival David Cameron.
The spectre of immigration
returned to haunt British Prime Minister Gordon Brown on Thursday as
he was confronted by yet another voter who demanded that the
Prime Minister explain what he was planning to do about it.
Britain`s Conservatives held their lead in the tightest election race in nearly 20 years after a close-fought second live TV debate, although the vote is likely to end in a stalemate, polls suggested on Saturday.
Britain`s first ever US style
pre-election live television showdown has thrown a surprise
winner, Nick Clegg leader of the centrist Liberal Democrats
who many had written off, before the three contenders hit the
For the first time, Britain is likely to have an American-style live television debate before the next general elections and Prime Minister Gordon Brown is also seriously considering taking part in the discussion.