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So, I timed roughly how long each leader spoke during the open debate sections. Here are the results.
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Helena Horton 2 Apr 15
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Samwise 2 Apr 15
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Interesting .
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EΨ = ĤΨ 2 Apr 15
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In this case, less is more. Smaller party leaders came across as more calm, looked better for it.
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Antony Winter 2 Apr 15
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should of put the heckler
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Flaming June 2 Apr 15
Replying to @girlonthenet @kaygeeuk
It's not how big it is; it's what you do with it.
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Michael Clarke 2 Apr 15
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Cameron's mic should have been turned off when he wouldn't acknowledge Julie Etchingham telling him to stop.
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Girl on the Net 2 Apr 15
Replying to @macnovel
yes!
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Girl on the Net 2 Apr 15
Replying to @Chae_Antony
it was hard as it was!
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Girl on the Net 2 Apr 15
Replying to @sean_t_ellis
agreed!
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Girl on the Net 2 Apr 15
@TheCATcreptin I agree.
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Clare Logie Allen 2 Apr 15
Exactly, frustratingly what it felt like... though proves quality not quantity is what counts
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Girl on the Net 2 Apr 15
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Musa Okwonga 2 Apr 15
that's brilliant
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Martin Rossiter 2 Apr 15
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good work. Women being silenced again sadly.
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Girl on the Net 2 Apr 15
thank you! It's probably not perfect, more an indication. Based on me with a stopwatch website!
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Musa Okwonga 2 Apr 15
it's a great concept - so glad you captured it, as are very many others!
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Jonny Singer 2 Apr 15
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On one hand, men dominate. On other, most popular parties got most minutes...
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Jonny Singer 2 Apr 15
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@JoelSalamon There was a lot of men speaking over women. It was a terribly moderated debate.
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Laurie Adams 2 Apr 15
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Classic. The women, who actually used facts and analysis, drowned out by blustering men.
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