PMQs: Cameron attacks Unite union's Olympic strike call

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David Cameron said it was not good enough for Labour just to put out a tweet to about a union call for strike action through the 2012 London Olympics.

The prime minister quoted the Unite general secretary Len McCluskey as calling for "civil disobedience", as he called on the opposition to condemn the call.

He was responding to a question from Richard Graham MP.

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