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Cameron backs Prescott plan

Tory leadership hopeful David Cameron has questioned opposition to deputy prime minister John Prescott’s house-building plans.

Speaking in Devon, Cameron focussed on the poor quality of life in built-up areas.

He says: “It’s a scandal that in the fourth richest country in the world, we tolerate conditions that would have been unacceptable 50 years ago.”

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