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UK Governing Parties Stress Economic Differences Before Election

The two parties in Britain's governing coalition clashed on Monday over their plans for the economy as they tried to differentiate themselves in voters' eyes before a national election due next May. Prime Minister David Cameron's right-leaning Conservatives accused the center-left Liberal Democrats of “being all over the place” on the economy, while they accused him of pre-election panic. However, there is no suggestion the two parties, in coalition since 2010, will split...

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