Credit check firms to tackle benefit fraud, says David Cameron

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David Cameron has said the government plans to use credit rating firms to "go after" people fraudulently claiming benefits.

Speaking at his latest session of PM Direct in Manchester, the prime minister said he wanted the government to "cut fraud out".

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