Strikes: Cameron taunts Labour over union pensions action

Prime Minister David Cameron taunted Labour MPs for not bringing up Thursday's planned strikes over pensions, claiming there was "not a squeak" raised at prime minister's questions.

He said: "Because they're all paid for by the trade unions, they simply can't talk about this issue," before claiming there has been "so much myth and misinformation" from trade unions.

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