David Cameron says he has protected the interest of British taxpayers.
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David Cameron on eurozone: 'I've protected UK taxpayers'

Speaking at the end of the G20, David Cameron said all the leaders had agreed that they would be willing to increase their contributions to the International Monetary Fund.

But he warned that eurozone countries still needed to take decisive action to stand behind their currency.

He also said he had protected the interest of British taxpayers.

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