PMQs: Cameron and Miliband on hedge fund and party donations

Party funding dominated PMQs where the Labour leader asked the prime minister if a £145m cut in the last budget for Tory-supporting hedge funds was "just a coincidence",

But David Cameron said there was a "big difference" between donations to his party, as donations to Labour bought places at its conference, candidates in the House of Commons, and got the opposition leader his job.

But Mr Miliband said "6p a week in affiliation fees from ordinary people" could not be compared to a party funded by "a few millionaires at the top".

Full exchanges from PMQs with Cameron and Miliband' on party funding

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