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PMQs: Cameron and Miliband on RBS bank bonuses

15 January 2014 Last updated at 14:01 GMT

The Labour leader said a £1m bonus "should be quite enough" for bankers as he asked the prime minister about an RBS bid to pay bigger bonuses.

David Cameron attacked Labour's record on banking regulation, and said Ed Miliband kept coming to Prime Minister's Questions "to complain about a problem created by the Labour Party".

And he claimed Mr Miliband "rises up with all the moral authority of Rev Flowers" when he should be apologising.

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