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Prime Minister David Cameron denies 1930s-style slump

David Cameron has denied the UK is in a 1930s-style slump, but said more will done to get the economy moving.

He told BBC News the government would use its "financial strength" to help homeowners and businesses get low interest rates.

Speaking in Mexico, Mr Cameron promised an "active, sleeve-rolled up government".

Nick Robinson reports from Mexico City.

  • 20 Jun 2012
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