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EU debate: Clegg and Farage use leaflet 'weapons'

2 April 2014 Last updated at 20:46 BST

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and UKIP's Nigel Farage have used leaflets produced by each other's parties during their EU debate.

The pair were debating immigration when Mr Clegg used a leaflet depicting a Native American, to argue that UKIP were "scaremongering".

Meanwhile, Mr Farage used a leaflet produced by the Lib Dems in 2002 to argue that Mr Clegg had since "turned his back" on holding an EU referendum.

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