PMQs: Miliband brewery joke on alcohol pricing policy

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Both sides of the House of Commons seemed to like the joke when Ed Miliband asked the prime minister if there was "anything he could organise in a brewery?"

The Labour leader's joke was aimed at reports the government was set to abandon plans to introduce minimum alcohol pricing in England and Wales.

David Cameron suggested having a party to celebrate the shadow chancellor Ed Balls staying in his job.

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