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Nigel Farage has described this evening's LBC debate on Europe as "a great opportunity to discuss things that Eurosceptics care about".
A YouGov poll of 1,003 voters showed some 57% thought Nigel Farage had performed best in the debate.
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Nick Clegg declined to comment on how the evening had gone and simply said he would "Let other people judge."
Following the clash, bookmakers Ladbrokes cut the odds on Ukip securing the most votes in the Euro-election from 6/4 to 11/10, making them joint favourites with Labour.
A YouGov poll of 1,003 voters shows some 57% thought that Nigel Farage had performed best in this evening's LBC debate and 36% Nick Clegg.
Closing his debate with Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg on the role of the UK within the EU, Nigel Farage said:
Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg has finished his debate with Nigel Farage on the UK's role within the EU with a spirited call for people to vote in the EU elections, and his plea for the UK to stay within the union. He said:
"I want is to be Great Britain, not little England"
Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Danny Alexander has tweeted:
ITV News' Political Editor Tom Bradby has tweeted:
Nigel Farage appears flustered as Nick Clegg refutes statistics from an UKIP leaflet.
ITV News Political Editor Tom Bradby has tweeted:
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Farage did not have a great night, whilst Clegg's performance was as strong as the 2010 debates, but Farage could be the winner anyway.
Watch the LBC leaders debate between Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg and UKIP leader Nigel Farage live here.