PMQs: David Cameron and Jeremy Corbyn in housing clash
David Cameron and Jeremy Corbyn have clashed over the government's housing policy, during Prime Minister's Questions.
Mr Corbyn, who used all his six questions on the topic, accused the prime minister of overseeing "a very damaging housing crisis".
He said people were being priced out of the market because of a lack of affordable homes, and "one third" of private rented homes did not meet the decent homes standard.
"Millions are struggling to get the home they deserve," he told the Commons.
Mr Cameron contended that more council houses had been built under his watch in the past five years than during Labour's 13 years in power.
He said an £8bn housing budget would provide 400,000 more affordable homes, and said the government was committed to building one million homes by 2020.