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Election 2015: Main parties respond to IFS deficit claims

The Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has said the four the major parties have not provided "anything like full details" on plans to cut the deficit.

The parties have offered "broad outlines" of the choices but voters were "somewhere in the dark" over cuts planned by the main UK parties and SNP.

But how do the political parties respond to the verdict from the IFS?

The BBC's deputy political editor, James Landale, reports.

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