Cameron Demands Inclusion of Cocktail Party in TV Debates

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Prime Minister David Cameron announced today that he won’t take part in TV debates ahead of the general election in May unless a Cocktail Party is included in the format.

The prime minister’s decision follows a draft ruling by the media regulator Ofcom released today which concluded that a Fancy Dress Party could be included in the debates, but that a Cocktail Party should not.

The surprise move by the Prime Minister comes after Mr Cameron’s poor performance against Nick Clegg and Gordon Brown during the synchronised dancing sections of the 2010 televised leadership debates in the run-up to the last general election:


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