David Cameron dismisses Lords reform over economy
Prime Minister David Cameron spoke about a row with coalition partners the Liberal Democrats during a visit to Gilwern, Monmouthshire.
Plans to reform the House of Lords were abandoned after deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg claimed the Conservatives had "broke the coalition contract".
Mr Cameron said he did not want the UK government debating reform instead of dealing with the economy.
He also said he wants MPs to take part in a consultation about a boundary review of their constituencies which could reduce the number of seats in Wales.