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i definitely could , but will the global financial crisis the wall the high deficit that deficit hasn't been cleared with the mission of my government , cut the deficit every year i'm balance the books , prime minister , fix the mess on the man in that job now didn't escape the grilling david cameron hamad's on plans for benefits , i think you don't know what you're going to do you've specify getting people back to work , all you do know anya heidi had you know daily alexander today said you dos two years ago for thing which included massive cuts in child benefit , no these were some proposals that were projects that i rejected then not least because you know i think of them that i didn't ask for them but i don't i don't know what that means when government people would use i became prime minister at a time when there was no money left cameron mustering a defense but not really no cuts to chop benefits in the future the tory leader they topping the polls on the nights forty four percent said he did the best according to an i c. m. survey for the guardian that compares to thirty eight percent for miliband and just nineteen percent the clank of them or not