PMQs: Cameron and Miliband and Freud wage comments

Ed Miliband asked the prime minister about the future of Welfare Minister Lord Freud who allegedly claimed that disabled people were "not worth the full national minimum wage".

David Cameron, whose late son Ivan was disabled, said these were not the views of the government, and he would not be lectured on caring for disabled people.

The Labour leader read more reports about what Lord Freud was said to have told a friend meeting at the Tory Party conference about the pay rates for people with disabilities,

BBC coverage of Prime Minister's Questions