Cameron does not want 'deals or pacts' at election

Prime Minister David Cameron said he does not want to see "deals or pacts" at the next General Election.

When asked on Daybreak whether he would consider a deal with Ukip, Mr Cameron said: "I want to offer people at the next election a strong Conservative Government with a clear mandate to keep on growing our economy, paying down our deficit, delivering for hard-working people.

David Cameron said he did not want to see 'deals or pacts' ahead of the 2015 General Election.
David Cameron said he did not want to see 'deals or pacts' ahead of the 2015 General Election. Credit: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

"Of course, if local Ukip supporters or candidates want to support the local Conservative candidate because that's the only way you can be guaranteed an in-out referendum in Europe ... then of course I'd welcome that."

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