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PMQs–Final roar before the summer break

Ed Miliband tries to take on the "Prime Minister for Benson and Hedgefunds" in today's PMQs.

By Jay Elwes  

Feeling the heat: Lynton Crosby (Image: Cobber27)

This was the last PMQs before the House rose for the summer break. Number Ten has been in a bullish mood lately. The fine weather, Wimbledon, economy on the turn, employment up—all of these things have given Tory high command cause for optimism.

So when Edward Miliband rose to the Dispatch box today, it was with the intention of pricking that bubble of hubris. In that task, Miliband failed.

As he rose, the Leader of the Opposition was met by an…

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