After tonight’s heated BBC debate, Labour Party MP Douglas Alexander spoke out against David Cameron’s absence.
He called it a “bizarre decision not to turn up to a job interview with the British public”.
The Prime Minister also came under fire from party leader Ed Miliband, as well as the SNP’s Nicola Sturgeon.
Miliband accused Cameron of choosing “not to defend his record”, while Sturgeon branded him a “disgrace”.
The Labour leader addressed the Prime Minister directly, challenging him to a one-on-one debate, stating that his absence is why he believes “Britain can do so much better”.
Despite the absence of Cameron, several Conservative spin doctors were seen in the spin room, a move which some voters disagreed with.
Why do the Conservatives get the right to reply when THEY refused to take part in the #BBCDebate
— Matt C (@mattymax) April 16, 2015