David Cameron: No need for economic Plan B


David Cameron has said there is no need for a plan B regarding the economy, which the IMF now expects to shrink by 0.4% this year.

Speaking to the BBC, he said the government was "making sure that every part of plan A is firing on all cylinders."

Mr Cameron also spoke about plans to clarify the burglary laws, defended George Osborne's deficit reduction plans and shared what he hoped to be doing for his birthday.

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