Sunday, January 31, 2010
A Tory government would not make ''swingeing cuts'' to public spending in its first term of taking office, David Cameron has said. He said that while a Conservative government would make a start on cutting the Â£178 billion deficit if it took power at the general election, it would not move too quickly. ''We're not talking about swingeing cuts. We're talking about making a start in reducing our deficit,'' he told The BBC Politics Show.