So there we conclude our BBC East general election debate.
The party strategists along with political commentators were convinced that this election campaign would be all about Brexit.
What was clear from tonight's debate was that the public think there are other important issues which need addressing.
This audience, many of whom live in a marginal constituency (Conservative majority 2,000) were passionate about the NHS, social care, tuition fees and immigration. It was clear from their questions that they felt the parties have not been very clear about their plans.
Even though the audience had been carefully chosen for balance, Brandon Lewis for the Conservatives seemed to have the hardest time from the audience. Clive Lewis probably got the best reception.
All the party spokesmen argued their case with conviction - the big question is did they win anyone over tonight?
Have a good evening.