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The Prime Minister's plan to get troubled families back on track is working in some parts of the Midlands, but failing in others. The £450 million programme was set up after the civil unrest that hit many of our towns and cities almost three years ago.
Andy Bevan reports.
The Prime Minister has been in our studio discussing various issues with presenters Matt Teale and Sameena Ali-Khan.
David Cameron answered questions on the Government's 'troubled families' scheme; HS2; trust in MPs and Patrick Mercer.
David Cameron joined our presenters in the studio, and they asked him about his views on the former Newark MP, Patrick Mercer's resignation, and people's trust in MPs.
He said Patrick Mercer was 'rightly criticised' and that it was 'right that he was punished severely.'
The Prime Minister has discussed the support of HS2 while on the ITV News Central sofa, claiming that the project is about capacity, not just speed.
David Cameron was questioned following a number of Conservative MPs voting against the high speed rail project when it passed through the House of Commons on Monday.
David Cameron discussed the Government's 'troubled families' scheme, which has helped hundreds of families in the region.Read the full story ›
The Prime Minister has joined our presenters in the studio. David Cameron is discussing his troubled families scheme.
The Prime Minister will be in the West Midlands today to outline the government's long-term economic plan. David Cameron will explain how he hopes to cut the deficit, taxes and improve the education system.
He is expected to say the government is on track to have created two million apprenticeships over the course of the Parliament, giving more young people the chance to develop new skills that will help them secure their futures.