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PMQs: Coalition start to show divisions over terror powers

The battles noticeable at PMQs today were within government, not between Cameron and Miliband

By Josh Lowe  

Cameron and Miliband were getting on well at PMQs today. Shame about Clegg... © Getty Images

Despite painstakingly non-confrontational exchanges on new terror powers between the Prime Minister David Cameron and the opposition leader Ed Miliband at PMQs today, public divisions are beginning to arise. Not between Labour and the Conservatives—you’d struggle to slot a passport between them on the issue—but between the Conservatives and their coalition partners the Lib Dems…

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