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PMQs: Cameron on 'predistribution', Labour on taxes

12 September 2012 Last updated at 12:55 BST

The prime minister laughed at Labour's predistribution plans claiming it would mean spending money before it was received.

He also mocked the name of the plan's author - Mr J Hacker - matching the name of a leading character in the Yes Prime Minister TV programme.

But Ed Miliband asked the prime minister if he would benefit from the 50p tax cut, and said David Cameron would "cut taxes for millionaires while raising taxes for everyone else".

Mr Miliband then returned to the taunts from last week's PMQs of "Mr Butch" as he mocked the prime minister over his cabinet reshuffle and how he reportedly dealt with ministers he sacked.

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