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Corbyn asks Cameron questions from public in debut PMQs

Jeremy Corbyn asks David Cameron questions submitted by the public as he takes part in Prime Minister's Questions for the first time as Labour leader.

Before his PMQs appearance, Labour said Mr Corbyn will sing the national anthem at future events, after he was criticised for not singing the anthem at a Battle of Britain commemoration on Tuesday.

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McDonnell: Labour will stand for economic competence

Labour wants to stand for "economic competence" while ensuring the poorest do not bear the brunt of cuts, according to new shadow chancellor John McDonnell.

Newly-elected Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn had campaigned on an anti-austerity message, he said, and they want to remain true to that.

He accused the Conservatives - and Chancellor George Osborne in particular - of "unfairly" targeting low- and middle-earners with their current programme of cost-cutting.

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