PMQs review: Nick Robinson on 'bedroom tax' and 'croupier' phrases
The BBC's political editor went back over the exchanges at PMQs where David Cameron kept using the "croupier in the casino" phrase towards the Labour leader.
While Ed Miliband repeatedly used the disputed "bedroom tax" phrase for what the prime minister referred to as the "spare room subsidy"
Nick Robinson spoke about the exchanges about banking bonuses and housing benefit with Labour's Mary Creagh and Conservative Ed Vaizey on the Daily Politics with Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn.
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