Analysis: Prime Minister David Cameron’s New Year message

There were two words the Prime Minister used more frequently than any other in his New Year message - but what were they and what do they tell us about his hopes for 2012 and Britain's place in the world?

The two words that crop up over and over again in David Cameron's New Year message: 'British' and 'world'.

That's world, mind you, not so much Europe nor the Eurozone which only get a single mention each. Similarly, the Prime Minister made greater play on the British 'people' than the British 'government'.

* CLICK the graphic to explore what words Mr Cameron wanted us to pay attention to - and the ones he didn't mention at all: recession, for example.


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