Voters 'focused on economy' as Coalition reaches mid-term

Our Political Editor Tom Bradby said many people would wonder what the point is of today's report. He said most people would focus instead on the economy and the chances of a triple-dip recession.

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Top Tory admits Govt 'broken'

David Cameron and Nick Clegg insisted the Coalition is "united" until 2015 as they mark the halfway point in their Government. But Tory peer Lord Strathclyde, who quit as Lords leader today, admitted he had complained the partnership was "broken."