David Cameron has set out the Tories' plans to deal with the deficit in front of the slogan: "Britain living within its means."
Speaking on Monday, he warned voters against voting Labour, saying doing so would pass "a "legacy of debt" to their children and grandchildren by voting Labour.
However, the Tory leader's attempt to cast his party as responsible custodians of the public finances is undermined by the alarmingly rose-tinted view of his coalition's economic management, as targets keep being missed and debt continues to rise.
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Here are just six awkward facts that Cameron would rather you ignore, and rather undermined his claims that the Tories are all about "living within our means".