U.K. Keeps Deficit Plan as Coalition Eyes Quicker InvestmentScott Hamilton and Kitty Donaldson
U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron said his government will continue with its deficit-reduction plans amid calls from opposition lawmakers for a rethink as the economy struggles to exit a double-dip recession.
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