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going back to basics in a last ditch attempt to win over the electorate party leaders honing in on their traditional territory david cameron had been hoping to make headlines in hastings with the tory pledged to cut taxes , but with the election just days away it was drowned out by political backbiting with cameron forced responds accusations he told liberal democrat leader nick clegg at the tories won't win a majority , i think nick clegg is increasingly desperate because he knows the truth which is there is an inescapable choice you know only thursday people have to choose what they like me to continue as prime minister what do they want admin abandon the s. and p. the only other available option adds miliband reminding voters that labor is the best policy for the n. h. s. as he spades advances in brighton , also couldn't resist wading in africa i'm gonna leave the country on the election outcome the election is not yet happened to david cameron nick clegg on anyone else with fighting on the issues of life the british people , but with only a matter of days left of that fight the political tit for tat is coming in thick and fast