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Election 2015: PM 'won't put British economy at risk'

With 11 days to go until polling day, David Cameron has rejected accusations the Conservative's campaign has been lacking vitality.

In a speech in Yeovil, he emphasised "economic security and stability", telling voters if they wanted to take a risk they should "go with the other guy."

The BBC's political correspondent Ben Wright reports.

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