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PMQs: Cameron and Miliband on health waiting times

9 July 2014 Last updated at 16:07 BST

Ed Miliband called for David Cameron to "correct the record" over the statistics used at last week's prime minister's questions about hospital waiting times.

But Mr Cameron said he had been "absolutely right" in his figures, as the pair carried on their previous claims over the health services in England.

Mr Miliband claimed the number of people waiting more than four hours in casualty was at its highest for a decade. But Mr Cameron said average waiting times had fallen from 77 minutes under Labour to 30 minutes now.

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