Cameron and Corbyn clash over housing
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PMQs: David Cameron and Jeremy Corbyn clash on housing

David Cameron and Jeremy Corbyn have clashed over government plans to demolish some of England's worst council estates.

The prime minister has said he wants to "rebuild houses people feel they can have a future in".

But the Labour leader said the government had not thought the plans through, and warned that council tenants had "very serious concerns" about the proposals.

Mr Cameron said his government was giving people "life chances", whereas Labour wanted people to "stay stuck in poverty".

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  • 13 Jan 2016
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