Clegg finally arrives, Cameron gets heated, Brown mentions a terrorist atrocity...
"Don't let them tell you that the only choice is between two old parties that have been playing pass the parcel with your government for 65 years now making the same old promises, breaking the same old promises."
Nick Clegg apparently 'wins' the first televised leaders' debate
"This is the defining year. Get the decisions right now and we can have secure jobs, standards of living rising and everybody better off. Get the decisions wrong now and we could have a double-dip recession."
Gordon Brown does his best to come second...
"What you have heard in this debate is just repeated attempts to try and frighten you about a Conservative government. I would say choose hope over fear."
...as does David Cameron
"Just as September 11 changed the security considerations for the world...so also the financial crisis changed [our] economic considerations."
Brown might have picked a better comparison as he launches the Labour party manifesto on Monday
"[We will build] a Britain where banks serve the people and not the other way around."
Banks are for it if Labour stays in power, apparently
"The poorest are getting poorer, inequality is at record levels, too many children go to failing schools, too many families live in sink estates - our society is broken."
Conservatives in 'Labour no good' shocker
"It will be the same people in the same building doing the same things, but with a different logo."
IFA Ashley Clark doubts whether the Tory pledge to dismantle the FSA will make any difference
"With the election approaching and uncertainty growing over the political direction of the country, vendors who were previously inclined to sit on the sidelines now appear eager to put their properties on the market."
Homeowners are rushing to sell before the 6 May General Election, RICS says.
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