Tim Farron branded Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn 'losers' after last night's TV debate
Insisting neither of the two major party leaders had won the TV event, and both were "losers" at the end of it, Mr Farron said: "Theresa May's complacency in where she stands in this election was so obvious in her failure to have any answers on what happens next for our country.
Mr Farron said neither of the two major party leaders had won the election debate
"Those worried about the dementia tax will be even more worried than they were to start off with."
Mr Farron insisted the TV showdown proved Mr Corbyn was "not fit" to be leader of the opposition.
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Jeremy Corbyn during a visit to Hackney Marshes Football Pitches, to highlight Labour's manifesto commitment to ensure 5% of the Premier League's television rights income is diverted to the grassroots game, during a General Election campaign
Visiting a bakery in south London, where he tried his hand at making pastry, Mr Farron said: "I thought the Prime Minister's shambolic attempt to try to explain away her manifesto, and, in particular the dementia tax, was matched by Jeremy Corbyn's failure to provide any realistic alternative.
"If that is all we have to choose between, meanness and fantasy, what a depressing election it would be."
When asked if the Lib Dems would be doing better in the polls if Nick Clegg was still leader, Mr Farron said: "I have no idea whatsoever."
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