The British deputy prime minister - and leader of the Liberal Democrats - is the latest casualty:

At the end of a question and answer session with pharmacy employees, the PM and the DPM were asked about where we’d all be in 2015. David Cameron said in a jokey closing remark that they’d probably be having election TV leaders’ debates and that this time it might be ”a bit better natured between the two of us.” The two men then take the applause and walk off the stage …

BUT Nick Clegg forgets he has his microphone on and says to David Cameron as they leave the room: "If we keep doing this we won’t find anything to bloody disagree on in the bloody TV debates."

Footage after the jump:

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