David Cameron has indicated he wants to serve in No 10 until 2020 as he prepares to unveil a review of how the Coalition has performed.
The Prime Minister has also warned Tory critics of the power-sharing government to "stop complaining" and insisted he would not row back on same-sex marriage, child benefit cuts for the wealthiest and overseas aid commitments, according to the Sunday Telegraph.
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