The Defence Secretary came out fighting for his department today, provoking open splits in the coalition over further spending cuts. Philip Hammond warned the capability of the armed forces is at risk and cuts to welfare would be more appropriate.
ITV News' political correspondent Romilly Weeks reports:
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