The Prime Minister today reiterated that there is no plan B on the economy.
David Cameron is sticking to his strategy of austerity because, as he put it, there is no "magic money tree" to help him spend.
He insisted that Business Secretary Vince Cable agreed - despite his Coalition colleague questioning the policy.
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