YouTube hustings: Your first bill as Prime Minister

Chris Huhne and Nick Clegg have submitted their answers to five video questions posted on YouTube and selected by Acting Returning Officer Chris Rennard. Today’s answers are on the first bill the candidates would introduce as Prime Minster.

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  • Hywel Morgan 3rd Dec '07 - 8:38pm

    For the first time in this campaign someone has said something which has impressed me.

    I was pretty unhappy in the “90 days” debate that our MPs went along with the doubling of the detention without trial without really looking at whether a strong case was being made for that increase.

    Chris seems to be saying he would propose reversing this and taking it back to 14.

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