There is a row about repeating the 3-way political TV debates in 2015. The Libdems, whose vote has shrunk to 5%, are struggling to be considered in the same league as Cameron and Miliband. And then there's UKIP, polling three times the Libdems share. Four politicians would probably not make good TV, either.
However, the TV companies could use a well-practised sporting method - and increase public interest - with a debate league. Winners of each debate would be declared by the studio audience; the first round would be Farage vs Clegg, with the winner meeting the winner of Cameron vs Miliband in a final. Same airtime, same number of debates but some fun for us.
Politicians, never in favour of we ordinary voters deciding anything, will hate it.