David Cameron Launches Re-election Campaign

David Cameron has official begin his campaign for re-election.

Speaking outside Downing Street, Mr Cameron, said that the job of "turning the country around" had been started and that he wanted to "see the job through".

He called on voters to keep him in power to "safeguard the recovery and provide strong leadership".

Prior to his campaign announcement, Mr Cameron had a ten minute meeting with the Queen, which will be his last meeting before polling day, 07 May.


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