Election debate on environment and climate change
Andrew Neil and the BBC's environment analyst Roger Harrabin were joined by leading politicians to debate climate change, energy prices and the countryside, in the first of a series of Daily Politics election debates.
The panel consisted of Labour's Caroline Flint, Green Andrew Cooper, UKIP's Roger Helmer. Lib Dem Ed Davey and Conservative Matt Hancock.
The five-strong panel began by each making a statement setting out their party's energy and climate change policies.
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20 Apr 2015
- From the section Election 2015