The Prime Minister has defended spending on the Environment Agency and its budgets for future flood defences but declined to comment on more than 500 proposed redundancies. The Prime Minister's record on the Environment has come under scrutiny in the wake of the ongoing flood crisis in the UK. David Cameron defended his spending on the Environment Agency and its budgets for future floods at Prime Minister's Questions, but sidestepped interrigation by Ed Miliband's on proposed job losses at the public body.
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