The Labour leader Ed Miliband is challenging the Prime Minister over his economic policy at Prime Minister's Questions in the House of Commons.
David Cameron denied that the coalition has been "complacent" and said that low growth is due to wider conditions in the world economy:
There is no complacency at all in this government...Our banks had too much debt, Our households had too much debt, Our Government had too much debt...We sill stick with our plans, stick with the low interest rates...and do everything we can to boost jobs.
The UK's shrinking economy has left many business owners unsure of where the economy, the government and their livelihoods are going next.
ITV News has been speaking to people in Swansea where the economic outlook is no brighter than the weather
A point here or there doesn't signal disaster. It is a statistical event. However you phrase it the fact is - the economy is stuck