Is David Cameron shitting his pants…
The Prime Minister is giving backing to general election discussions, but expresses they should be restricted to applicants likely to be the winners.
As he voiced his support for general election television discussions, he as well pointed out that Nigel Farage should be left out of those debates.
The Prime Minister claimed he believed the discussions, which took place on three successive weeks in 2010, worked well, even though they took up too much time.
The Prime Minister, who not so long ago turned down a challenge from Alex Salmond to discuss the Scottish Independence Referendum, pointed out that Farage should be eliminated from the discussions.
David Cameron said that he thought that the debates predominately should be with regard to people who have the possibility of becoming Prime Minister, or is it that he believes that they do have the possibility of being victorious and, that’s why Nigel Farage has been left out from the debates.
Some Tories think that eliminating Farage would kill off the discussions and, that the UKIP leader would probably organise a legal challenge to any intention of excluding him after next year’s European parliamentary elections, which he is anticipated being the winner of.