|The European Union: In or Out?|
|Directed by||Peter Day|
|Presented by||David Dimbleby|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|Production location(s)||Broadcasting House|
|Running time||60 minutes|
|Original release||2 April 2014|
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The European Union: In or Out is a British television debate that was first broadcast on BBC Two on 2 April 2014. The hour-long live debate between Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage was hosted by David Dimbleby. Questions came from the audience, with an equal number of people for and against British membership of the European Union. A radio debate between Clegg and Farage on LBC, hosted by Nick Ferrari, was broadcast one week before the televised debate.
The debate was broadcast ahead of the European Parliament election, 2014 and was set across the backdrop of a proposed referendum on United Kingdom membership of the European Union. 
Snap polls by YouGov and ICM suggested that Farage performed best in the debate. The BBC's Nick Robinson wrote in his analysis: "History will record that Nigel Farage was the winner of these debates. Nick Clegg will hope that, nevertheless, he may have won something too by being seen to challenge Britain's political insurgent."
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