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David Cameron insists he wants to be Prime Minister through to 2020

Prime Minister David Cameron gives the thumbs up to Foreign Secretary William Hague after his speech at the conference in Manchester. Photo: PA

David Cameron has insisted he intends to serve a full second term as Prime Minister if he is re-elected in 2015.

"When it comes to the next election, I will be putting myself up for a full term - that is what I will do," he told ITV News Political Editor Tom Bradby.

"I am on a mission to turn the country round and build a recovery for all," he said. "I want to get it done and get it done properly."

In the same interview, the Prime Minister accepted that many people are not yet convinced the current economic recovery will work for them.

Mr Cameron said :"There are millions of people in our country who have worked hard through this recession, who've held on to their jobs, who haven't seen a pay rise, who've seen prices go up for their weekly shop.

"They need to know that we're on their side and that help is on its way."

He said his Government needed to focus on "increases in living standards by allowing people to keep more of their own money to spend as they choose."

This video report is by Tom Bradby at the Conservative Party conference in Manchester: