The organisers of a live online debate for party leaders in the run up to the General Election have offered to hold it before David Cameron's deadline.
Previously, the Prime Minister has said he will only take part in debates before March 30, when the election campaign trail starts.
Telegraph Media Group - which publishes the the Daily Telegraph, The Guardian and Google, which owns YouTube - have invited the leaders to a digital debate on March 26 or 27.
However, they have only asked five party leaders to take part including Cameron, Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg, Natalie Bennett and Nigel Farage.
Cameron has indicated he would only take part in TV debates if the SNP and Plaid Cymru were included.
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