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Cameron: Gordon Brown 'may not be appropriate' at IMF

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David Cameron has voiced scepticism over Gordon Brown becoming the the next managing director of the International Monetary Fund.

Speaking to Today presenter Evan Davis, the prime minister said that "if you have someone who didn't think we had a debt problem in the UK, when we self-evidently do have a debt problem, then they might not be the most appropriate person to work out whether other countries around the world have debt and deficit problems".


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