Cameron promises India co-operation in corruption probe

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David Cameron has promised to "share any relevant information" on corruption allegations over India's procurement of helicopters from the Anglo-Italian company AgustaWestland.

India has suspended payments under the terms of the £480m contract, following arrests at AgustaWestland and its parent firm Finmeccanica.

Speaking to the BBC's James Landale in India, Mr Cameron said: "I'll work closely with the Indians to make sure they get to the bottom of what's happened here."

He also gave his reaction to comments by author Hilary Mantel about the Duchess of Cambridge, and vowed to carry on listening to The Smiths, despite being banned.

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