The Labour leader highlighted the contrast between the lucky "priority investors" – six of whom sold their
Miliband said: "What we have discovered today is one rule for the postal workers and another rule for the hedge funds. Who runs these hedge funds? They have been very coy about who runs these hedge funds. None other than the chancellor's best man runs one.
"So why is it? It is one rule if you deliver the chancellor's best man's speech and it is another rule if you deliver the chancellor's speech."
The Labour leader highlighted the sale of
Miliband said the "priority investors" were given preferential access on the basis that they would be long-term investors in
The prime minister, who pointed out that postal workers were given their shares, said the Labour leader was resorting to the politics of
"Is he recommitting to renationalising the Post Office? No, of course not. It is just playing to the gallery because he can't talk about the success of our economy."
The first session of prime minister's questions since the Easter break is likely to lead to a further deterioration in relations between Cameron and the commons speaker
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