What do you think about the European Union Mr Cameron?
Well it is OK for business but we do not want to get too close, no integration of the political system no control of taxation, no equalization of the justice system or freedom of movement.
What do you think of the European Union Mr Clegg?
Well financially we should be a lot closer, mutual decisions on taxation and financial taxes help out our colleagues in Brussels open the borders completely join the Schengen Treaty, give the European Court of Justice far more powers.
What is your opinion of Social Welfare and disability allowances, also Housing Benefits Mr Cameron?
It is quite clear that the general public are fed up with the exorbitant amount of money handed out to these lazy scroungers, parasites on the healthy economy which would be even healthier if they did not exist. We should throw these people out on to the streets.
What is you opinion of Social Welfare and Disability Allowances, also Housing Benefits Mr Clegg?
It is obvious that large areas of our society are deprived of the basic necessities of life, a decent job with a fair wage, housing that is affordable. Many people who cannot work should be treated in a manner that is socially acceptable and not cast out as if they are of no worth to the country. Not treated as if they are spongers, but as the unfortunates within society who are without a means to support themselves or their families.
What is your opinion of the Health Service reforms Mr Cameron.
It is a policy which needs implementing, the NHS is not operating efficiently or giving value to patients, plus patients should have more control over the type of treatment they receive. Doctors should be able to decide where money is spent and who they deal with.
What is your opinion of the Health Service Reforms Mr Clegg.
I am slightly nervous of these dramatic changes to the NHS, a considerable cut in funding for the service is already affecting how they deal with patients but now this massive reorganisation, which I might add is opposed by all the royal colleges who see this as privatisation.
So you are both working together to implement the governments policies?
Yes certainly. Of course we are!