UK governing parties stress economic differences before election

December 8, 2014 2:21 PM

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UK governing parties stress economic differences before election

LONDON (Reuters) - 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 before the election.

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