'Acropolis now' joke from PM 'not much help'
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PMQs: Cameron and Corbyn on Labour role for Varoufakis

The prime minister jokes about Labour appointing a former Greek finance minister as an economic advisor, claiming Yanis Varoufakis left his own nation's "economy in ruins".

But Jeremy Corbyn did not see the funny side, saying the line was "not much help" as he pressed David Cameron over claims about 41,000 children not being given the free care they were promised by the government.

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  • 02 Mar 2016
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