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Election 2015: Andrew Neil's Wednesday campaign report

Labour's plans for non-dom status and Conservative policy about tests for children in English schools were among the headlines as Andrew Neil presented his Wednesday report looking at the election campaign.

Nigel Farage, meanwhile, joked that although he wasn't sure what it meant, he liked the "reem" description from reality TV star Joey Essex. And there was a look back to the previous night's debate among leading Scottish politicians.

The Daily Politics presenter is making a daily film through the election campaign on what key figures are up to, and what's behind the political headlines of the day.

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