I wonder if today’s Prime Minister’s Questions was one for the history books. David Cameron might have come up against the next Labour prime minister.
Stella Creasy, the Labour MP for Walthamstow, elected last year, prefaced her question about capping the cost of credit by saying:
Last week the Prime Minister said something that I agree with: he said that we needed to do something about loan-sharking.
Cameron came over courtly in reply:
At the risk of building on what is clearly a blossoming friendship already, I will look carefully at what the hon. Lady says.
As I say, I just wonder.Tagged in: labour leadership, pmqs
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