General Election 2015: Row between Nick Clegg and David Cameron over majority comments

General Election 2015: Row between Nick Clegg and David Cameron over majority comments; ENGLAND: London: Twickenham: EXT Nick Clegg (Liberal Democrat Leader) interview SOT - I'm not going to reveal private conversations between myself and David Cameron. All I will say is that when the Conservatives say they are going to win a majority by winning 23 seats it is a big fat fib. They need 323 seats. No one thinks the Conservatives are going to win a majority Sussex: Hastings: David Cameron (Prime Minister) in hard hat and high visibility jacket talking to construction workers SOT - This is basically what we're trying to do with the economy. Fixing the roof when the sun was shining Various shots David Cameron with others at construction site David Cameron (Prime Minister) interview SOT - I think Nick Clegg is increasingly desperate because he knows the truth that there is an inescapable choice between me to continue as Prime Minister or do they want Ed Miliband and the SNP East Sussex: Brighton: INT Delia Smith (TV Presenter) speech SOT - I'm very passionate about the Labour Party Back view audience applauding and cheering Ed Miliband (Labour leader) speech SOT - David Cameron appears to say now he's not going to win the election. That says it all about him and his campaign, we're fighting every step of the way


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Date created: 04 May, 2015
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