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Second leaders debate in 60 seconds

By Rags Martel

Updated on 23 April 2010

Too busy to watch the full hour and a half of last night's second leaders debate? Save yourself 89 minutes by watching it here: in 60 seconds.

Leaders' debate in Bristol. Reuters.

On Thursday night the three main Westminster party leaders took part in the second televised debate of the general election in Bristol.

The theme of the debate was foreign affairs, and Gordon Brown, David Cameron and Nick Clegg discussed Europe, terrorism, pension and cleaning up politics for 90 minutes.

Four million people watched the show, watch the best bits in a minute.

Pictures from Sky News.

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