Should family ever be brought into arguments?

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David Cameron and Jeremy Corbyn at Prime Ministers Questions

Prime Minister David Cameron and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn have brought up their mothers in order to insult each other during a parliamentary discussion.

They were debating the topic of junior doctors when a Labour MP reminded Cameron that his own Mum had signed a petition against government funding cuts to children's centres.

Cameron responded by criticising Jeremy's Corbyn's appearance, saying his mother would advise him to "put on a proper suit, do up your tie and sing the national anthem".

Corbyn then hit back at him, saying: "My late mother would have said, 'stand up for the principle of a health service free at the point of use for everybody', because that's what she dedicated her life to, as did many of her generation."

Your comments

No it's unfair.

Kaitlin, Moray, Scotland

I think it's unfair because they could lie about what their family members say.

Leah, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

I think that family shouldn't be brought in to arguments unless they are given permission.

Jessica, London, England

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