Cameron and Clegg reaffirm.

David Cameron today reaffirmed his commitment to the Coalition and said, "I am even more committed to make this Coalition Government today than I was when Nick Clegg and I formed this Government in May 2010".

Cameron said he wouldn't bet against the Coalition still being together come the 2015 General Election. The Prime Minister also said that this Government has achieved things previous ones hadn't. David Cameron cited that they have halved the public sector pensions bill for the taxpayer saying, "That is something Labour didn’t achieve in 13 years, the Tories did not achieve in 17 years, these are big, difficult decisions".

The Prime Minister said he disagreed with those who said his relationship with Clegg was like a marriage in difficulty.

Nick Clegg also denied relations were as bad as are being made out saying they were two separate Parties and, "...He doesn’t agree with all of my opinions, and I don’t agree with all of his. That is being in Government. It was not always going to be a walk in the park or the rose garden. Of course there are bumps in the road in the Westminster village".

David Cameron also quipped that relations were not as bad as the last Labour Government when some ministers would refused to travel together.