Cameron and Miliband clash over youth unemployment
Labour leader Ed Miliband and Prime Minister David Cameron have clashed over the best ways to deal with youth unemployment.
Mr Miliband said during PMQs that it had taken only 18 months of the coalition government to get to the "tragic" figure of one million young people unemployed.
But Mr Cameron said the government's Work Programme will help 120,000 young people, not the 80,000 helped under Labour's Future Jobs Fund.
23 Nov 2011