Prime Minister David Cameron speaks during a session at the World Economic Forum
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Cameron sticking with 'tough' recovery plan

The Prime Minister, David Cameron, has told business and political leaders at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland that the rest of Europe can learn from the way Britain is tackling its economic problems.

He said it was important to support new business, new ideas and trade, but said cutting government spending was a vital first step.

The BBC's Business Correspondent John Moylan reports.

  • 28 Jan 2011
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