U.K. Prime Minister Cameron at Lord Mayor’s Banquet

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Nov. 12 (Bloomberg) –- Bloomberg’s Jonathan Ferro reports on Prime Minister David Cameron’s speech on the U.K.’s position in the global economic race at the Lord Mayor’s Banquet. He speaks to Mark Barton and Anna Edwards on Bloomberg Television’s “Countdown.” (Source: Bloomberg)

David cameron delivered his speech.

On the surface it was about the u.k. position in the global economic race.

He announced it is easiest for people in the middle east, but don't get me wrong.

This was very much shrouded in domestic policy.

It is very much a frugal approach to governing even while the economy is set to recover.

He wants an economy they can afford, and that was the focus going forward.

The single biggest threat to cost of living in the country is if our debt goes out of control again.

If interest rates sure -- sore the impact will far outweigh taxation.

If anyone thought the approach would actually change it looks to be dead wrong.

David cameron very much wants an economy that is still run as strict as a business is.

We will talk a little bit about the cost of living and offset what is going on with the conservative party and the labor department.

-- labor party.

Also, the pritt stick

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