Farage: PM 'has no intention' of facing me in TV debate

Ukip leader Nigel Farage claimed David Cameron "has no intention" of facing him in a TV debate in the run-up to next year's General Election. His comments come after a report suggested Mr Cameron "has not ruled out" a TV debate with Mr Farage.

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Cameron TV move follows Farage debate challenge

Ukip leader Nigel Farage has repeatedly challenged the Prime Minister to a televised debate.

His most recent call to face Cameron on air came last week in response to claims he was "chicken" for ruling out a run at Parliament in the Newark by-election.

The Ukip leader said: "Mr Cameron said ... that I was a chicken. Well, I'll tell you what Dave, why don't you come on telly and do a debate with me?"

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