General Election 2015 video: Can you match the party policy to the manifesto?

We asked the public to match the manifesto promise with the political party

Kiran Moodley
Thursday 16 April 2015 10:37
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With just three weeks until polling day, most of the main political parties have now - with much fanfare, booing and power cuts - launched their manifestos for the 2015 General Election.

With the polls tight and an outright majority not on the cards, voters are being told that either their choice matters more than ever or that this is the most important election ever. Yet with the major policies launched and the door-knocking in motion, is there really that much difference between the parties on the main issues? Can you really spot the difference between a Ukip and a Tory stance on immigration, or the contrast between a Labour and Lib Dem policy on the NHS?

We read the public various sentences from the Labour, Conservative, Lib Dem, Ukip and Green party manifestos and asked them to match the policy to the party.

See how they got on in the above video.

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