PMQs: Cameron taunts Miliband on Jubilee strike threats

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David Cameron taunted the Labour leader over the party's donations from unions, with some threatening strikes during the Queen's Diamond Jubilee weekend.

But Ed Miliband said the "nasty party was back" as he claimed Conservatives were more interested in tax cuts for the rich and making it easier for firms to sack people, during exchanges over party funding.

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