Nicola Sturgeon has pledged that the SNP would help make Labour's Ed Miliband prime minister if the Conservatives fail to win a majority in next month's general election.
The Scottish First Minister made the offer as she clashed with Scottish Labour leader Jim Murphy in the first televised Scottish leaders debate (watch live here). Mr Murphy insisted his party did not need "help" from the nationalists to oust Conservative David Cameron from 10 Downing Street.
The Scottish Labour leader asked the First Minister: "Nicola, do you want Ed Miliband to be prime minister?"
She told him: "I don't want David Cameron to be prime minister, I'm offering to help make Ed Miliband prime minister."
Mr Murphy insisted: "Nicola, we don't need your help. What we need is people north and south of the border, people in Scotland, people in England and people in across Wales coming together to kick out an out of touch government."
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