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Nick Clegg Makes Microphone Gaffe

Since the formation of the coalition government in May 2010, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has been criticised for his apparent inability to challenge David Cameron.

Yesterday, after a public question and answer session, during which the pair appeared to operate in perfect unison, Clegg (unaware his microphone was still switched on) confirmed his impotence by telling the Prime Minister: ‘If we keep doing this, we won’t find anything to bloody disagree on in the bloody TV debates.’

Check out the video below and consider this: if the coalition government is really a Tory-led government in disguise, how fair and robust is the UK’s democracy?

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