Daily Politics Election Debate on Home Affairs
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Election 2015: Daily Politics debate on home affairs

In a Daily Politics election debate, Andrew Neil and the BBC's Home Editor Mark Easton were joined by leading politicians to discuss election policies on home affairs.

The panel comprised Conservative and current Home Secretary, Theresa May, Labour's shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper, Lib Dem Norman Baker, UKIP's Steven Woolfe, and Simon Thomas from Plaid Cymru.

Each member of the panel opened with a statement on their party's policy on home affairs, before they faced questions from the presenters.

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  • 27 Apr 2015
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