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Prime Minister’s economic speech

The Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) informed journalists of the details of the Prime Minister’s first major speech. He said that the Prime Minister would talk about the first priority for the Government of transforming the economy and would set out the coalition strategy for economic growth to turn the economy around.

Asked about the themes of the speech, the PMS confirmed that it would be a broad speech about the economy, talking about actions to cut the deficit as the first priority, but then details of what the Government could do in order to support economic growth, such as liberation of markets, deregulation, international action and action to rebalance the economy.

Asked whether the Prime Minister would announce any new changes to the strategy, the PMS referred journalists to the Chancellor’s speech on the economy the week before for details of the Government’s economic strategy.

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