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PMQs: Miliband needs a new approach

The Labour leader's attacks don't stick

By Jay Elwes  

© Anthony Mckeown

The House was loud today. The place felt charged. Perhaps it was the hot weather. The Speaker had to tell off MPs for being too boisterous during Northern Ireland questions.

When the PM stood, the House erupted. The first question thrown at him concerned borrowing—does the government’s failure to deliver economic growth mean that it will have to borrow more? Cameron replied to this saying that the government had succeeded in cutting…

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