Nicola Sturgeon, Jim Murphy, BBC Scotland's Glenn Campbell, Nicola Sturgeon and Willie Rennie
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Election 2015: Scottish party leaders debate spending cuts in TV clash

The leaders of the four main political parties in Scotland have clashed over spending cuts the lead-up to Thursday's general election.

Scottish Labour's Jim Murphy said his party will increase taxes on those who can most afford it.

The SNP's Nicola Sturgeon said people are worried by continued austerity while Willie Rennie, leader of the Scottish Liberal Democrats, countered that full fiscal autonomy does worry voters.

Scottish Conservatives leader Ruth Davidson said the poorest will be hit the hardest by the policy.