PMQs: Cameron and Miliband on the NHS and kitchens

Ed Miliband and David Cameron clashed over NHS figures and previous claims over protecting health services.

The Labour leader used all six slots at prime minister's questions to ask about health services, the Conservative record on A&E, maternity and cancer services, and campaigns to save threatened hospitals.

The prime minister said voters would "never trust him with the future of our country" as he defended his government's health and economic records, peppered with barbs about press coverage of Mr Miliband's kitchens.

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