Autumn Statement: Nigel Farage calls for more cuts

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UKIP's leader has asked where the cuts were in the Autumn Statement, as he claimed growth was "pitiful" while the deficit was "absolutely enormous".

Nigel Farage urged the chancellor to take a more radical approach to help the UK economy.

He said there should be a review of the foreign aid budget or bureaucracy but he doubted the government "had the courage to do it".

In depth: Autumn Statement 2012

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