PM asked about tax-free child care 'hold up'
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PMQs: Cameron and Corbyn on tax-free child care claims

David Cameron is quizzed by Jeremy Corbyn over a delay in fulfilling a manifesto pledge, with the Labour leader claiming the promised allotment of tax-free child care has not been delivered for one in three children.

The prime minister said some of the delay was down to a court case. He added that there would be pilots later this year, and thanked Mr Corbyn for "helping me to promote government policy".

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