PMQs: Cameron and Miliband on party funding and unions
10 July 2013 Last updated at 17:10 BST
Labour's funding from unions and hedge fund donations to the Conservatives dominated the exchanges at PMQs, where the Speaker intervened several times to deal with noisy MPs.
David Cameron said Labour had a "sudden interest" in party funding, and that the opposition should publish its report into its candidate selection in Falkirk.
Ed Miliband called for a £5,000 cap on donations and a post-election ban on MPs taking on new paid directorships and consultancies. And he accused the prime minister of "ducking reform".