01 Apr 2014
As Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage clash over the record of Vladimir Putin ahead of the pair’s second EU debate, a new facility for journalists is launched by The University of Manchester.
The Liberal Democrat leader claims that the UKIP leader’s praise for the Russian President as the foreign leader he admired most were "utterly grotesque".
Farage, on the other hand, denied taking extremist positions on immigration, saying former BNP members had been banned from joining his party.
Farage and Clegg meet in a second head-to-head debate, broadcast live on BBC Two on the question of the UK’s future in Europe. Their first encounter, was hosted by LBC Radio last week.
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