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PMQs: Cameron and Milband on Israel and Gaza violence

David Cameron has said that negotiations around the current Middle East violence "could be the last chance for peace" as he called for more talks between Israel and the Palestinians.

The prime minister told the House of Commons that Europe and America had to put pressure on the two sides, and he called "courageous leadership from Israel and the Palestinians to talk through those final status issues".

Labour leader Ed Miliband claimed that confidence in hopes for a "two-state solution" in the Middle East was "dwindling month by month".

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