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Election 2015: Candidates questioned in South Today debate

Five candidates standing for election to parliament across the south of England faced an audience of their would-be constituents.

BBC South Today hosted a general election debate with Rowenna Davis (Labour), Layla Moran (Liberal Democrats), Mike Glennon (UKIP), Mark Chivers (Green Party) and Penny Mordaunt (Conservative Party).

Members of the public asked questions about health, immigration, employment and benefits in the debate chaired by presenter Sally Taylor.

Peter Henley reports.

  • 30 Apr 2015
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