Tory conference: Maria Miller on David Cameron speech

The new culture secretary said the Conservatives "have the plans in place to make sure we get the deficit under control".

Maria Miller was speaking after David Cameron's speech closing the Tory party conference. She talked to Andrew Neil about the economy, the need for 4G broadband and the Leveson Inquiry report.

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