There's been embarrassing criticism of the Prime Minister's keynote speech on the economy from the independent economic watchdog set up by his government. Yesterday, David Cameron claimed spending cuts had not damaged growth and that the Office for Budget Responsibility agreed.
But today the head of that watchdog said the opposite was true.
From Westminster ITV News political correspondent Carl Dinnen reports:
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