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Cameron and Miliband clash over rise in UK unemployment

Prime Minister David Cameron and Ed Miliband have clashed in the Commons over the rise in UK unemployment.

The Labour leader said the government's plan for new jobs in the private sector to replace those lost as a result of public sector cuts was not working.

The PM said the figures were "disappointing", but insisted there was "not one ounce of complacency" among ministers about the issue.

Unemployment rose by 80,000 in the three months to July, to 2.51 million.

James Landale reports.