Theresa May has defended free market capitalism in a speech marking 20 years since the Bank of England was given the right to set interest rates.
Mrs May said the British people should never forget the value of a free market economy.
She also restated her determination to be tough on public spending despite political pressure to ease austerity.
“Continuing to deal with our debts,” is the way to strengthen the economy, she said.
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