They are hardly debates, each representative takes questions from an audience, one after the other. No way Cameron will be toe to toe with anyone.
Yes, and according to the media today, David Cameron (of course) doesn't want a Tory vs Tory battle on the EU on prime time telly.
It's worth mentioning that whilst Nigel Farage is not part of the official Vote Leave campaign (and according to him they keep rejecting his requests to speak at their rallies) he does represent one of the popular unofficial campaigns which did put a bid in to become the official out campaign, known as GO (Grassroots Out) where Conservative MP Peter Bone, Labour MP Kate Hoey and George Galloway are also on their campaign team.
I would assume one of the above out campaigners from GO may well feature in the second ITV debate/Q&A (whatever you want to call it) or the BBC or Sky ones.
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