Today in Parliament - 30/06/2010
Susan Hulme and the BBC's parliamentary team bring you all the latest news from Parliament where there were heated exchanges in Prime Minister's Questions over unemployment. David Cameron and the acting Labour leader, Harriet Harman argued about whether unemployment will go up or down in the next few years as a result of cuts in public spending. There's a report on a lively committee hearing into IPSA, the body set up to monitor MPs' expenses. A debate in the backbench debating chamber, Westminster Hall, on free school meals drew quite a few Labour MPs, worried by the Government's decision not to go ahead with plans to extend free lunches to more families. Also, the Home Secretary Theresa May apologises after the media were briefed on a Government announcement before MPs were told. And the Common Speaker, John Bercow on how he's happy to be "short".