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Coalition tensions rise as British economy struggles

MPs are returning from their summer break and it is set to be a difficult autumn for the UK government.

David Cameron is under pressure to do more to kick start the British economy and to reshuffle his Cabinet.

Meanwhile, tensions are continuing between his own Conservative Party and the Liberal Democrats.

The BBC's Political Correspondent Naomi Grimley looks at how the government is faring and whether the coalition can last.

  • 03 Sep 2012
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