ED MILIBAND has said he will take part in televised election debates even if he is the only one there.
The Labour leader, who hopes that the debate will mean upwards of 30 per cent of voters will find out who he is, has told producers that he has a great deal of experience talking to himself and actually comes out on top occasionally.
Miliband said: “I am happy to debate the real David Cameron, a cardboard cutout of David Cameron or a sock puppet accurately representing David Cameron’s views.
“I’ve already made the sock puppets in fact, as part of my Saturday morning Craft Club, and my Nigel Farage impression is damn solid if I say so myself.”
The offer echoes the 2010 Labour leadership election Ed fought against his clever, funnier older brother David, who was revealed at the end to be a non-existent psychological projection of the man Ed wished he was.