PM to visit West Midlands to outline government's long-term economic plan

David Cameron was last in the West Midlands during the flooding Credit: Ben Birchall/PA Wire/

The Prime Minister will be in the West Midlands today to outline the government's long-term economic plan. David Cameron will explain how he hopes to cut the deficit, taxes and improve the education system.

He is expected to say the government is on track to have created two million apprenticeships over the course of the Parliament, giving more young people the chance to develop new skills that will help them secure their futures.

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