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PMQs: Cameron and Miliband on schools and Unite union

3 July 2013 Last updated at 13:27 BST

Union leader Len Mr McCluskey was name-checked eight times during PMQs as David Cameron mentioned the Unite boss as a response to several questions.

Ed Miliband was asking about education policy, and claims of larger class sizes and he said there would be a lack of primary school places.

Mr Cameron said the coalition was spending more on education, and he wanted "more new good schools".

He reckoned the Labour leader's questions were written by Mr McCluskey and that Labour MPs were "paid to shout by Unite".

But Mr Miliband said he was speaking for parents up and down the country, and he would not be lectured on ethics by the man who brought Andy Coulson to Downing Street.

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