Ed Miliband has made his first appearance as Labour leader at Prime Minister's Questions.
He clashed with David Cameron over Government plans to scrap child benefit for higher-rate taxpayers.
In a relatively low-key first outing at PMQs, Mr Miliband told David Cameron his proposals were neither fair nor reasonable and would hit thousands of middle-income families across the country.
But Mr Cameron retorted that it was not fair for families in the Labour leader's Doncaster North constituency on one-sixth of his salary to be contributing towards his child benefit.
He insisted the reform - which will end payments to any family with a parent earning more than around £44,000 - was fair, and challenged Mr Miliband's claim to speak for the "squeezed middle", saying it was Labour who "squeezed the middle" with tax hikes while they were in power.