PMQs: Cameron and Harman on National Living Wage

Acting Labour leader Harriet Harman told the prime minister Labour agrees on the need to cut the deficit, but - citing changes to Employment and Support Allowance - she questioned "what kind of government" would do it by taking money from the most vulnerable.

David Cameron said Labour hasn't fully grasped the importance of the National Living Wage: that it will help working families.

He then took aim at Labour for being divided over whether or not to support some of the welfare reforms announced in the Budget speech.