Wednesday evening's event pitched six parties against each other in Cardiff.
The devolution part of the debate tooks a surreal track when The leader of Ukip in Wales earned groans in a TV debate on Wednesday night when he compared whether there should be more devolution to children wanting more food.
“Asked about whether there should be more devolution, Nathan Gill, Ukip MEP and Wales leader, said:
“No I don’t think so. When my children ask for more food I normally say to them finish what is on your plate first and I will give you some more food.”“The Welsh Assembly are not children Nathan,” said Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood, who got a huge cheer.
“Oh for heavens sake, I was using an analogy,” he replied.
Yes and a crap one.
It will be interesting to see what happens in next weeks Leaders Debate and whether Leanne Wood can cary on what has been the most impressive campaign of any Plaid Leader in any General Election and see her pol as the most popular politician in Wales according to the Welsh Barometer poll
Ind ed perhaps the biggest indication that she has struck a chord with the Welsh Public with significant fall in the number of Don’t Know 's which people responded in the poll
Since the poll she has generated even more interest . If there is a rise of support in Plaid support then she must take most of the credit.