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Election debate: Hague on 'coalition of chaos'

During the five-way BBC election debate, Labour leader Ed Miliband clashed with Nicola Sturgeon after she said she would only support him as PM if he could show he was "better than the Tories".

Following the debate, William Hague described the possibility of a combination of any of the opposition parties would lead to a "coalition of chaos".

Asked about any deals in the event of a hung parliament next month, Mr Hague said: "We are working for a Conservative majority. That's our objective."

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

  • 16 Apr 2015
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