Prime Minister David Cameron escaped a Commons roasting over his party's Euroshambles today by poking fun at Labour leader Ed Miliband's strong pro-EU stance.
Mr Miliband tried hard to ridicule the PM over inner-Tory party strife, but Mr Cameron (pictured) repeatedly challenged the Labour leader to explain his own EU policies.
Referring to thursdays's much-delayed Cameron EU speech, Mr Miliband said the PM had "spent six months preparing a speech to bring five years of uncertainty to Britain."
Business needed to know if Britain would still be in the EU in five years time, he said.
Mr Cameron retorted that Mr Miliband had "absolutely nothing to say" about Britain's position in Europe.
The PM failed to respond when asked if Tory ministers would be allowed to voice different views on the EU.
He rejected an in-out referendum as a "false choice," adding that he wanted Britain to stay in the EU but believed "there are chances to negotiate a better relationship."
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