Cameron appeals to UKIP voters
David Cameron has made a direct appeal to UKIP voters saying he shares their concerns - but warning that Britain needs the "politics of the answer rather than the politics of anger".
He said UKIP presented a "totally unrealistic, pessimistic vision about what this country can achieve".
Out campaigning in the south west of England just two weeks ahead of the European and local elections, he told the BBC's political editor Nick Robinson that he understands voters are frustrated.
- From the section UK Politics