PMQs: Cameron on banking bonuses and 'bedroom tax'

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Ed Miliband raised the plight of a banker who was said to be worried his bonus would be capped at £2m, as he claimed only David Cameron and George Osborne would fight for bankers' bonuses.

But David Cameron hit back that bank bonuses were now a quarter of what they had been under Labour. and that Mr Miliband was "the croupier in the casino when the banks went bust".

The pair also clashed over the so-called "bedroom tax" and how changes to housing benefit would affect disabled people,

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