The Election 2015 event organised by Bournemouth University students created much heated debate among local politicians and students.
The Rock interviews MP Conor Burns regarding the presence of UKIP and the student vote.
UKIP's recent election performances and has suggested that Nigel Farage could hold the balance of power in the 2015 election.
Britain is undergoing a struggle with itself which threatens her strength and stability. Young voters are disenfranchised and feel utterly disconnected from the political process. This is contributing to the rise of extremist parties like the BNP, and feeding the authoritarian right in the form of UKIP.
MEP candidates in this year's European Parliament elections debated at an event held at Bournemouth University last week to reach out to younger voters.
Students at Bournemouth University are set to hold a European Election debate today, showcasing the MEP candidates for the region in a Question Time format. Topics will include Britain's membership of the European Union, the conflict in Ukraine and LGBT rights.
UKIP have stormed British politics in 2013, making large gains in the local elections. So surely they should have a place on the pre-general election debates if they go ahead in 2015?