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Cameron urges public to let him 'finish the job' on economy

David Cameron has said the Conservatives would "finish the job" of tackling the deficit if they win the general election.

In a speech in Dorset the prime minister spelled out a series of economic promises for a future Conservative government.

He also attacked Labour's plans on the economy saying a vote for Ed Miliband would be a "massive gamble with our future".

The BBC's James Landale reports.

  • 16 Dec 2014
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