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The Prime Minister likes to be in his seat early for PMQs. Ed Miliband likes to cut things a bit finer. With five minutes to go and Scotland questions drawing to their heated conclusion, Cameron was in his place—but Ed was nowhere to be seen. Does he prefer to stay in his office, swotting up as much as possible before joining the fray? Perhaps he enjoys the gentle sense of brinkmanship that taking things up to the line gives him. Or maybe he doesn’t like the Commons very much. Either way, it was only with a minute or so to…

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