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PMQs: Miliband and Cameron on Gove food bank comments

11 September 2013 Last updated at 12:56 BST

Ed Miliband attacked comments by Education Secretary Michael Gove about food banks, saying they were an "absolute disgrace".

And he said the prime minister neither defended the comments or distanced himself from them, and said to his political opponents: "Let's see any of them try and live on £150 a week".

David Cameron said the use of food banks "went up ten times under Labour", Opposition MPs had accused Mr Gove of insulting people who use food banks when he said: "They are not best able to manage their finances,"

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