Gordon Brown, David Cameron and Nick Clegg are preparing for the third and final prime ministerial debate.But the Labour leader's preparations have been overshadowed by the fall out and negative headlines after he called a pensioner he had met "bigoted".He has been to Gillian Duffy's house in Rochdale to apologise for his comment, which was caught on a microphone...
The BBC political editor said it was impossible to say what impact the incident with Mrs Duffy would have on voters, but with Labour trailing in the polls, he added, every day left in the campaign needed to be a good day for Mr Brown and Wednesday clearly was not.
Here's video of Gordon Brown's hateful remarks:
Gillian Duffy's reaction to Brown's insult:
The Labour party is in trouble in Great Britain. A Comres poll for the Independent/ITV News put the Conservatives up three points on 36%, Labour unchanged on 29% and the Lib Dems down three at 26%. Elections are on May 6.
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