At the beginning of Britain's first coalition government since the Second World War, Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron and his Liberal Democrat deputy have set out their agenda. Top on the list is reducing the UK's huge budget deficit.
REUTERS - Britain's first coalition government since 1945 unveiled its ministerial team on Wednesday and said it would speed up efforts to cut the country's budget deficit as it emerges from a deep recession.
"What will come after the honeymoon period?"
Clegg and Cameron - the press conference in full
Click to read the Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition agreement (PDF)
Date created : 2010-05-12