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PMQs: Cameron and Miliband on UK employment figures

22 January 2014 Last updated at 13:05 GMT

Ed Miliband was cheered by Conservative MPs when he welcomed the fall in UK unemployment, before he claimed people were £1,600 worse off than 2010.

David Cameron said that statistic was misleading, and he spoke about the record number of people in work.

But the pair then traded insults as the prime minister compared the Labour leader with an arsonist, and Mr Miliband said the government was cutting taxes for millionaires while the minimum wage was falling in value.

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