David Cameron in Cornwall

David Cameron is in Cornwall today, visiting businesses, discussing the Conservatives' plans for creating jobs and talking to Ian Axton.

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Cameron: "If you don't save money on welfare, you have to make cuts elsewhere"

In a hard-hitting interview with the Prime Minister, Ian Axton asks where the cuts are going to fall to meet Conservative spending plans. Ian was speaking to David Cameron in the constituency of Camborne and Redruth, where a quarter of a families claim benefits.

Cameron talks jobs, schools and Cornwall stadium

The Prime Minister talks to supporters at a scaffolding yard in Penzance today. Credit: ITV News West Country

The Prime Minister has made an economic pledge to Cornwall today - setting out plans to create 15,000 new jobs, 5,000 new primary school places, and more money for the local NHS and roads.

He also said he would make a sports stadium for Cornwall a priority. The Cornish Pirates rugby club, which supports the Stadium 4 Cornwall campaign and would want to move to a future stadium, reacted positively to the promise.

We welcome the Prime Minister’s comments and now look to local politicians to deliver what the people of Cornwall want and need ... We remain 100% committed to working with the other Stadium Partners on taking our scheme for S4C back to Cornwall’s planning committee in June.

– Ian Connell, Chairman of the Board, Cornish Pirates

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'I don't think they'll have any MPs': Cameron on UKIP

The Prime Minister's visit to Cornwall today has included an interview with Ian Axton, which you can see on ITV at 6pm tonight. Here's a short clip of the Conservative leader dismissing UKIP's electoral chances, after Ian grilled him about whether he'd do a deal with them.

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