PMQs: Cameron quizzed on rail fare rises by Miliband

The prime minister "should gets his facts right" on rail fares and policies, Ed Miliband claimed in their first clash of 2012 at PMQs.

The Labour leader called for action on increasing fares - citing season tickets from Northampton to London which had risen by £300.

But David Cameron claimed the rises were down to the previous government and accused the Labour leader of not being prepared to take difficult decisions, as they traded claims about each other's policies.

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