David Cameron outlines mid-term coalition plans

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Prime Minister David Cameron has been setting out his future plans for government, ahead of the coalition's mid-term review on Monday.

Some of the changes include families with one parent earning more than £50,000 losing part of their child benefit. It will be fully withdrawn where one parent earns above £60,000.

Mr Cameron also said the government needed to control public sector pay and limit the growth of welfare payments overall.

Chris Mason reports.

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