The televised debate between Gordon Brown, David Cameron and Nick Clegg may have grabbed all the news, but it wasn't the only election debate going on.
Disgruntled with not being invited, Nick Griffin of the British National Party, Alex Salmond of the Scottish National Party (which is NOT a subset of the British National Party, it's seceded) and Lord Pearson of UKIP had their own election debate. However, this had to be screened on ITV-NEWS24, due to the three main parties' debate happening on the mainstream channels. As nobody watches ITV-NEWS24, nobody knew it had happened.
Ieuan Wyn Jones of Plaid Cymru, the Welsh National Party, had been invited to join the debate, but his mum wouldn't let him travel to London.
Very little in the way of discussion occurred during the Griffin / Salmond / Pearson debate, other than UKIP and the SNP both declared that they didn't like Nick Griffin, whilst the BNP and UKIP came to an agreement that the French smell of Garlic, which offended Alex Salmond, who likes the French.
As the BNP hate anything not English, the SNP hate anything not Scottish and UKIP hate everything, most of the evening was spent detailing how much everybody hated Australians.