Inside, he was challenged about how he would fund new cancer treatments.
Craig Phillpot, from Christchurch, Dorset, said the Lib Dem leader gave a ''typical politician's answer'' that he would fund new treatments but would need to find the savings to pay for them.
Mr Phillpot, whose 20-month-old daughter Georgia has acute myeloid leukaemia, said: ''I asked is he going to ensure, under his power, that cancer drugs and treatments that become available are
going to be funded because that's critical for advancing the fight against leukaemia.
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