Prime Minister David Cameron has said he is in favour of plans for televised debates ahead of the General Election.
But the Conservative Party leader said the proposal had to be one "everyone agrees to".
PM says he favours TV debates 'in principle' but not sure how you can 'include one party with one MP in parliament but not another '
'I'm sure clever people can get together and sort these things out,' says PM in strongest hint yet he will say yes to TV debates
PM on TV debates 'I'm in favour .. but you've got to make sure you come up with a proposal everyone agrees to..'
The invite to participate in TV debates ahead of the election has been delivered - it's now up to the political leaders to accept or refuse
ITV, BBC, Channel 4 and Sky have revealed their plans for a series of live party leader debates in the run up to the 2015 General Election.