Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Prime Minister's Questions: 14 December 2011

Watch today's Prime Minister's Questions - the last prime minister's questions of 2011:

Prime Minister, David Cameron, answered questions from MPs in the House of Commons on subjects including the Royal Bank of Scotland, unemployment and youth employment, the recent EU Council meeting and citizenship education.

The best line from today's PMQs was from David Cameron in response to Ed Milliband remarking about the tension between the Prime Minister and his deputy, Nick Clegg:

No one in this house is going to be surprised that Conservatives and Liberal Democrats don't always agree about Europe. But let me reassure him he shouldn't believe everything he reads in the papers. It's not that bad. It's not like we're brothers or anything.
It was certainly a rousing session. Cameron was on fire (doing really well). It has to be said that the Labour leader, Ed Milliband, looked very weak, indeed.          

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