I have to say, after Clegg leading both of the first two debates, I think he came last in this one. He sounded a bit ineffectual and undecided on several key points. Banking, the economy, and immigration all tripped him up this week.
David Cameron was the most improved and almost certainly the winner of this final debate, but the Prime Minister was a strong second. Brown should have struggled far more than this, but he was a strong performer and often reminded the audience that both his opponents have very little experience of running a country.
But this was a debate on economics and there was no detail at all on the public sector cuts we expect after an election.
More in the morning, after some sleep…