PMQs: Cameron and Miliband on Lords reform and economy


Ed Miliband and David Cameron traded blows on House of Lords reform and the economy in the final PMQs before the summer recess.

The Labour leader reminded Mr Cameron of his pre-election line that he wanted to be PM "because he would be good at it", but asked: "Where did it all go wrong?"

Mr Cameron listed government achievements and attacked Labour's economic record before they made jokes about red faces and the "Red Ed" tag.

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