Being in one of the coalition parties hasn't put off Welsh Liberal Democrats from making their opposition to David Cameron's idea of introducing different rates of benefit payments depending on the areas in which you live from A Welsh Liberal Democrat spokesperson said:
David Cameron was airing his views as Leader of the Conservatives and not as Prime Minister of a coalition government. His speech was to urge a debate on ideas which may feature in the next Tory manifesto. This is not coalition policy. Liberal Democrats will not support this.
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