George Osborne has dismissed the suggestion that there is no "feel good factor" in the UK because living standards have stagnated since the Government took office.
"I simple don't accept that," the Chancellor told ITV News Economic Editor Richard Edgar.
He added that today's growth in GDP means "more economic security, it means more jobs, it means a brighter future".
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