Ed Miliband and Nigel Farage
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Election 2015: Farage says Labour spending cuts 'peanuts'

UKIP leader Nigel Farage challenged Labour leader Ed Miliband to spell out where his party would implement cuts in order to reduce the deficit, in the BBC election debate.

Mr Miliband said he wanted to remove the winter fuel allowance for richer pensioners and would make millions in saving "in local government, in police and elsewhere", but Mr Farage retorted that this would only amount to "peanuts".

UK viewers can watch the debate in full on the BBC iPlayer.

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