Cameron seen as winner after election debate with opposition leader poll finds

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March 27, 2015 01:03

 
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British Prime Minister David Cameron beats Labour leader Ed Milibrand by 54 to 46 percent in first TV contest of election- poll.

The two took part in a live question and answer program on Channel 4 and Sky News and were interviewed separately before answering questions from a live studio audience. The agreement was brokered after Cameron refused to debate MilIband in a head to head TV debate.

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