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PMQs review: Robinson on Cameron, Miliband and women MPs

5 February 2014 Last updated at 13:37 GMT

The clashes over the number of women on the Conservative front bench which dominated PMQs were reviewed by the BBC's political editor and the Daily Politics panel.

Nick Robinson said the TV pictures were "pretty devastating" with no Tories on show, while Labour "of course packed its front bench" with women to highlight the issue, in the week when Tory MP Anne McIntosh was deselected.

Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude spoke about the party's bid to get more women into Cabinet positions. in the discussion with Labour's Vernon Coaker, and Daily Politics presenters Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn

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