PMQs: Cameron and Miliband on women on Tory front bench
The Labour leader claimed a "picture tells a thousand words" as he mocked David Cameron for a lack of women on the government front bench during Prime Minister's Questions.
Ed Miliband had been attacking the number of women in the cabinet roles and quoted David Cameron's previous claims that a third of his cabinet would be women.
The prime minister said he was "making progress and would make more progress" and said it was his his party that had had a woman prime minister.
Their clashes over the number of women in front bench politics was interrupted several times during noisy exchanges in the weekly PMQs sessions.
05 Feb 2014
- From the section UK Politics