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Recently Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage were debating about the UK staying in the EU on live TV. Do you watch televised debates by politicians?



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Only political debates when there is a big decision to be made politically as debates can be a good source of information not otherwise found.
When it was the last elections, and them three main parties were debating live for the first time several years, I watched that. I think part of the reason was because it was the first time that I was allowed to vote.

Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage have been giving televised debates about the EU, and I had intended to watch them, but got the time wrong and missed them.

I also occasionally watch Question Time and Newsnight.
Absolutely not. I will read the results of a debate, but I can't stand watching people argue, it just grates on my nerves.
The arguing annoys me too, but I find it helps me understand the situation better than just reading.
I do.
Here in Australia we also have a time on t.v. that the
public can see ...........''question time'' in Parliament.
A real look how Our Government works.

It has been likened to a ''kindergarten for Adults''.
Where tempers are high and questions are many.
Very interesting, to really see how our Politicians behave.
Or should I say don't.!!
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