PMQs: Jenrick and Cameron on Blunt and Bryant spat

James Blunt was mentioned at prime minister's questions as a Tory MP tried to make a joke about his spat with Labour's Chris Bryant earlier in the week.

Robert Jenrick name-checked the singer's debut album, as he claimed only the Conservatives could stop the UK turning Back to Bedlam.

The prime minister replied by talking about Labour's plans for energy bills, and Wednesday's unemployment figures.

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