Clash in the Commons over welfare support for cancer victims
David Cameron and Ed Miliband have clashed in the Commons over welfare support for cancer victims.
At Prime Minister's Questions the Labour leader said benefit changes being debated by MPs could see 7,000 cancer patients losing up to £94 per week in financial support.
David Cameron said Mr Miliband's protests were a "smokescreen" to hide Labour's reluctance to back welfare reform.
Vicki Young reports.
15 Jun 2011
- From the section UK Politics