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Why today’s PMQs should be the last one ever

The faded old institution is no longer fit for purpose

By Josh Lowe  

David Cameron says pretty much nothing at PMQs, probably. © PA/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Should we scrap PMQs?

Today, David Cameron and Ed Miliband will shout focus grouped lines at one another for a bit in what could be their last ever Prime Ministers Questions as Prime Minister and Leader of the Opposition. I think I speak for most of the country when I say that this should be not only the last PMQs outing for Dave and Ed, but the…

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