PMQs: Cameron says Labour 'too weak' on HS2 rail plan
David Cameron has mocked Labour's stance on the HS2 rail plan, describing Ed Miliband as "too weak to make a decision".
The high speed rail plan was put forward by the last Labour government, and is backed by the coalition, but the shadow chancellor has warned that there would be no blank cheque for the project should Labour return to power.
At PMQs, Mr Cameron said of Ed Miliband: "What has he done? Cowered in his office too weak to make a decision. To put it another way, Britain deserves better than that lot."
30 Oct 2013
- From the section UK Politics