Finance ministers warn UK Government over spending cuts

The Palace of Westminster and Houses of Parliament, London, as there are 100 days to the general election and the parties wheeled out their big guns for a campaign which appears to be shaping up as "wealth versus health". PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Tuesday January 27, 2015. David Cameron promised he would act "within the first few days" of forming a new government to cut the annual benefits cap introduced by the coalition from £26,000 to £23,000 per household, using the £135 million savings generated to help fund three million apprenticeships by 2020. See PA story POLITICS Election. Photo credit should read: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire
The Palace of Westminster and Houses of Parliament, London, as there are 100 days to the general election and the parties wheeled out their big guns for a campaign which appears to be shaping up as "wealth versus health". PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Tuesday January 27, 2015. David Cameron promised he would act "within the first few days" of forming a new government to cut the annual benefits cap introduced by the coalition from £26,000 to £23,000 per household, using the £135 million savings generated to help fund three million apprenticeships by 2020. See PA story POLITICS Election. Photo credit should read: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

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