Cameron criticises Miliband's leadership over Falkirk

David Cameron criticised Ed Miliband's leadership of Labour, saying he needed to get a "grip" of his party after the Falkirk selection controversy.

Prime Minister David Cameron (right) and opposition Labour Party leader Ed Miliband. Credit: Stefan Wermuth/PA Archive

The Prime Minister said: "It's quite clear the trade unions have far too much control over Labour.

"This has happened on Ed Miliband's watch. It is something of a scandal that is unfolding and he badly needs to grip it".

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Labour campaign spending cap

Labour is to impose a spending cap on selection campaigns as part of a "significant change" in its relations with trade unions, Harriet Harman said.