The language could not be clearer.
"It's time to stand firm" and "to resist dangerous voices" calling for "retreat" and "to take the right course" not " the easy one".
Thus, David Cameron will insist today that he is a prime minister not for turning, who will not listen to those arguing for more spending and not less.
Austerity is a word the prime minister doesn't like to use to describe the coalition's policies but he is determined to defeat the claim that there is a choice between policies aimed at cutting the deficit and those designed to stimulate economic growth.
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