Ed Miliband and David Cameron
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PMQs: Cameron and Miliband on general election campaign

Ed Miliband accused David Cameron of "pathetic and feeble excuses" when he used all of his slots at Prime Minster's Questions to ask David Cameron about the planned TV election debates.

David Cameron waved a Labour Party leaflet about its policy in Scotland, and accused the party of "trying to crawl through the gates of Downing Street on the coat-tails of the SNP".

In a noisy House of Commons, they both accused each other of thinking they were going to the lose the general election on 7 May.

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