Sky news update: In order to create a little more hype around and provide more information for the 2015 General Election, Sky will be televising debates. The idea is to televise three debates spaced two weeks apart during the weeks leading up to the 2015 General Election. David Cameron has recently been involved in a series of debates but he has questioned the timing of these televised debates. He is concerned about the effect the debates will have on the rest of the campaign as he expressed his concern about the three debates that were held in the lead up to the 2010 General Election. He was quoted as saying that the three debates held then “took all the rest of the life out of the campaign”. Adam Boulton from Sky reported this fact but it appears that Sky are determined to go ahead with the plan as they feel it will be beneficial at least to the public – the point Mr Cameron was trying to make was that the debates should perhaps take place prior to the election campaign. All three party leaders have made the commitment to participate in these debates and they have received praise in The Times from the head of Sky News for both their commitment as well as their fore-thought.
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