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Immigration debate: Kennedy, Reckless and Aker

7 January 2014 Last updated at 14:35 GMT

Former Lib Dem leader Charles Kennedy reckoned he probably was out of step with public opinion on immigration, but said politics was about "trying to change public opinion".

He debated policies and figures with Conservative MP Mark Reckless and UKIP's Tim Aker on which party was setting the immigration agenda, after BBC political editor Nick Robinson spoke ahead of his BBC2 documentary: The Truth About Immigration

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