With just 100 days left to win your vote, both the Prime Minister and Chancellor were on the campaign trail in Somerset this afternoon
David Cameron and George Osborne called in to Somerset College in Taunton to announce details of a six point plan to boost the West's economy.
It's a substantial announcement not just about what has been done here in the south west but what has been planned to do.
The investment and expertise in cyber, making the most of the defence assets in the south west, promoting another 7,000 jobs in tourism in the south west, looking at the crucial rail building that we need to do. So these are serious thought-out and costed plans for the future, not just words on a page
You can watch Mr Cameron's full interview with our Political Correspondent, Bob Constantine here:
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