PMQs: Cameron and Miliband on unemployment figures

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The Labour leader accused David Cameron of a "living standards crisis", and reckoned he received "no answer from this prime minister" on his questions.

Ed Miliband said wages were falling for ordinary people, while the PM appeared to be saying "don't blame me, I'm only the prime minister".

But Mr Cameron said five times as many jobs were being created in the private sector as were being lost in the public sector, on the day figures showed unemployment fell by 5,000 in the three months to April.

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