I hardly watch any TV these days, but I saw the entire debate.
Tim Farron – did a great job of attacking the Tories, but his policy on raising income tax could put a lot of people off.
Corbyn – brilliant performance. Easily defended himself against Rudd. The audience were clearly on his side.
Caroline Lucas – loved her, and agreed with pretty much everything she said. I'm really pleased climate change was brought up in the debate.
Leanne Wood – appeared sensible and talked common sense, but seemed a little drowned out by the other leaders.
Amber Rudd – came across as stern, nervous and irritable the whole time. A really unlikeable woman, failed to connect with audience and just seemed out of touch.
Paul Nuttall – typical far-right loon, xenophobic, climate change denier. Wants to cancel the foreign aid budget, which is simply insane and would make problems a whole lot worse.
Angus Robertson – I really liked this guy. He talked a lot of sense, especially on immigration, terrorism and foreign policy.
Overall, a great and interesting debate, a bad night for the Tories and it's beyond absurd that May didn't show up.