The Coalition today released a Mid-Term audit showing the progress made by the Government has been dismissed by the Labour party as a "cover-up" as it made no mention of the double-dip recession or missed borrowing targets, and glossed over issues like NHS reform and tax cuts for top earners.
Political Correspondent Romilly Weeks reports:
Touted as a 'full, frank and unvarnished' assessment of the Coalition's progress, today's mid-term review has been dismissed by Labour.
The Coalition has published a 119-page report showing the progress made on the 399 pledges taken together in 2010. Not an easy read.