Nick Clegg, left, with David Cameron
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Cameron and Clegg say coalition 'not a marriage but a deal'

David Cameron and Nick Clegg have set out initiatives to mark the halfway point in their government.

Mr Cameron promised more help on childcare costs, help towards care costs for the elderly and investment in roads and high speed rail.

The leaders also claimed the coalition was "steadfast and united" and its shared purpose had "grown over time".

The Prime Minister added: "It's not a marriage. It does what it says on the tin."

  • 07 Jan 2013
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