PMQs: Cameron and Miliband on Miller resignation
David Cameron said the anger over expenses was "very raw and needs to be acted on" when he was asked about Maria Miller's resignation.
The prime minster said people should allowed to clear their name and get on with the job, rather than to "instantly remove them".
Ed Miliband asked him what lessons had been learned over the "deep concern and anger to the public".
And he later claimed the prime minister had no answer, and asked Mr Cameron to clarify what the former culture secretary had done wrong.
09 Apr 2014
- From the section UK Politics