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Cameron in Cornwall to unveil 'Plan for Working People'

The Conservatives say they want to create 15,000 more jobs in the region Credit: PA: Toby Melville

David Cameron is in Cornwall again today, setting out his 'Plan for Working People'.

The Conservatives say they want to create 15,000 more jobs in the county.

The Prime Minister is also expected to announce the party's support for a new stadium in Cornwall, more enterprise zones and improvements to local roads, and invest £7.2 billion in the region's transport systems.

Tune in at 6pm tonight to see Ian Axton's interview with the Conservative leader.

Cameron and the West Country issue - jam or cream first?

The Prime Minister had a straight choice this morning on one of the region's biggest issues - and got it wrong.

When trying to recall whether, in Devon, cream goes on the scone before or after the jam David Cameron guessed jam first and was quickly put right!

David Cameron was quickly put right on how to have a Devonshire cream tea Credit: ITV News

Mr Cameron did get it right though when eating his early morning cream tea just an hour later in Barnstaple after a meeting with party activists.

The Prime Minister even paid the bill!

David Cameron makes first visit to Devon since the start of the election campaign

The south west is a key battleground in the General Election Credit: Stefan Rousseau/PA

The Prime Minister is due to make his first visit to Devon since the start of the election campaign.

David Cameron was in Cornwall earlier this week when he attended a rally in Wadebridge. He's expected to talk about the Conservative's plans to encourage volunteering.

The South West is a key battleground in the General Election which is less than a month away.

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Clegg 'can't believe' Trident is most important issue

Nick Clegg has told ITV West Country he "can't believe" the Conservatives regard the difference between three and four nuclear submarines is the most important issue facing nation.

ITV News caught up with the Lib Dem leader as he visited Bodmin Hospital this morning. The full interview will broadcast on ITV News West Country later.

Is the West's healthcare in crisis?

All our major hospitals in the region remain on a heightened state of alert tonight as they approach one of the busiest Bank Holidays of the year.

Demand for frontline services and beds is continuing to place immense strain on the system - and all this as healthcare remains one of the top-three election issues in voters minds.

Kathy Wardle reports

ITV's Robert Murphy raised these issues with the Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt who was on the campaign trail in Yeovil this afternoon.

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