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The Prime Minister will insist public services are in safer hands with Labour than the Tories as he shapes the debate on public spending ahead of the next general election.

However, it was reported that he would admit for the first time the need for spending "cuts".

His comments will be seized upon by the Conservatives, who have taunted Mr Brown over his refusal so far to acknowledge what many independent forecasters regard as inevitable.

As Mr Brown embarks on his last conference season before the next general election he is expected to urge voters not to risk economic recovery with a Tory government.

According to extracts from his speech that have emerged, he is to say: "Today we are on a road towards recovery - but things are still fragile, not automatic, and the recovery needs to be nurtured.

"People's livelihoods and homes and savings are still hanging in the balance, and so today I say to you: don't put the recovery at risk.

"Don't risk it with the Tories whose obsessive anti-state ideology means they can't see a role for government in either recession or recovery."

Is he a canny Scot or a one eyed w@nker.......... entiries on a postcard

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Apparently the Labour spin is now that they are "wise spenders".

Erm, I'm failing to see any wise spending over the last 10 years.

Reckless spending yes, wise spending no.

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