The second leaders TV debate closed the gap further between all three political parties. With hardly anything separating the leaders the importance of those communities that could swing this whole election will now come under the spotlight.
Cameron, Clegg and Brown slugged it out, trading political blows, but with no knock-out punch. The polls point to a dead heat between the three. It is clear that the TV debate format is now established and the leaders have identified what generally works, which, if last night is anything to go by, suggests the last debate is unlikely to radically shift the polls. Therefore, it will be outside of the TV debating arena – on the door step, and at local and national rallies – where the election will be won or lost.
The ‘Black Britain Decides’ rally on the 28th April will therefore, fantastically come into its own. It will be the largest rally in this political campaign with an audience of 2500 and an expected BME broadcast audience of one million people. This event gives the party leaders an opportunity to persuade a critical BME electorate on why we should vote for them.
With 113 marginal seats that could be decided by our communities this rally could turn the election.
There are still a few seats available, but you need to register at: Black Britain Decides