Prime Minister David Cameron is "open to new ways of engaging with public" a Number 10 spokesman said in response to plans from Ed Miliband for a new 'Public Question Time'.
They said: "He already holds regular PM Directs, where he takes questions from members of the public in towns and cities across the country."
They added: "The Prime Minister is open to new ways of engaging with the public."
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