This was the last Prime Minister’s Questions before the May 6, 2010 Parliamentary elections.
Prime Minister Gordon Brown answered questions from members of his party and the opposition. He listed the Labour Party’s achievements in the economic recovery. Conservative Leader David Cameron criticized the government’s proposed increase in the national insurance tax. Liberal Democratic Leader Nick Clegg said neither party is serious about Parliamentary reform.
This was the last Prime Minister’s Questions before the May 6, 2010 Parliamentary elections. close
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