PMQs: Cameron and Miliband on NHS and A&E services
Ed Miliband asked the prime minister if he could guarantee there would be no "NHS crisis this winter".
David Cameron sad the NHS was treating 1.2 million more people than under the last Labour government, and it had met A&E targets for 27 weeks in a row.
And he claimed there was an NHS crisis "every days of the week" for NHS services in Wales where Labour was in charge.
At PMQs, the pair clashed over NHS services and targets, redundancy figures, and the numbers of doctors, nurses and health visitors.
06 Nov 2013
- From the section UK Politics