'Fresh cracks appear' in Lib Dem-Tory coalition
Senior Conservative and Lib Dem ministers have criticised each other amid suggestions that divisions in the coalition government are widening.
Prime Minister David Cameron said the Liberal Democrats were "all over the place" on the subject of cutting the deficit.
Treasury Minister Danny Alexander says there are differences between the two parties, including how to deal with the deficit.
08 Dec 2014
- From the section UK Politics