The PM and the labour leader are clashing in the commons now on the economy.
The PM and Miliband both appears to be enjoying a boisterous PMQs - but Cameron refuses to say whether govt would change cuts plans if economy falters.
David Cameron also said the economy was "out of the danger zone" at prime minister's questions. He stressed that the independent Office of Budget Responsibility was forecasting that "unemployment will fall next year, the year after and the year after that." However Ed Miliband said those at risk of losing their jobs needed reassurance on the spending review, and asked if the government would revise its plans for deficit reduction if unemployment rose next year. But Mr Cameron said he was "protecting peoples' jobs and livelihoods"
Although a bit rich of Cameron to mock Ed Miliband for being a former treasury adviser when he did same job during Black Wednesday!