David Cameron has shot down Ed Miliband in the row over TV debates saying that's what the pair have been doing for the last four years.
His comments come after Miliband again asked Cameron when he would go head-to-head with him.
Accusing Cameron of making "pathetic, feeble excuses", the Labour leader said: "Can we now take it that there are no circumstances that he will debate me head-to-head between now and the General Election?"
To which the Prime Minister replied: "We've had four years of debates and we've found out he's got no policies, he's got no plan and he's got no clue of running the country."
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