Prime Minister David Cameron sneered at Labour leader Ed Miliband in the Commons today for joining this Saturday's major anti-cuts demo in London.
He got a cheap laugh from Tory MPs by accusing Mr Miliband of planning to spend the weekend at "the most lucrative sponsored walk in history" on a "giant march" with his trade union paymasters.
A spokesman for Mr Miliband told the Morning Star: "We are unapologetic about going.
"We are not ashamed about our link with three million working people."
The spokesman confirmed that Mr Miliband will speak at the rally, but doesn't intend to march.
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