British PM Cameron to Face Rivals in TV Debate

Broadcasters said on Saturday that British Prime Minister David Cameron and six other party leaders will take part in a live TV debate ahead of a closely-fought May 7 election, but there will be no head-to-head with Cameron's main rival Ed Milliband. Under plans agreed on Saturday after months of political wrangling, Cameron and opposition leader Miliband will also participate in a live question and answer program. Ahead of the most unpredictable UK election since the 1970s, and with memories of the high-impact nature of the last pre-election TV debates looming large in their thinking, politicians and broadcasters have spent months arguing over formats.