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Polls show British PM Cameron losing support
Public losing confidence in UK government's ability to tackle economic crisis after series of blunders.
Last Modified: 07 Apr 2012 16:44

British voters are losing confidence in Prime Minister David Cameron to see them through the economic crisis, according to the latest opinion polls.

The leader of the country's coalition government has staked his political reputation on reducing the UK's debt and reforming public finances.

A series of blunders, however, has seen the government back-track on some of those measures.

Al Jazeera's Harry Smith reports from London.

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