Cameron 'sunk' recovery
David Cameron and George Osborne "sunk" the economy into a double-dip recession, Ed Miliband has said.
Speaking at a question and answer session on London's South Bank, the Labour leader said the economy had been "recovering strongly two years ago" but was now facing "a recession made in Downing Street".
Earlier the International Labour Organisation has said the global employment situation is "alarming" and unlikely to improve soon.
Their report warns the "narrow focus of many eurozone countries on fiscal austerity is deepening the jobs crisis" and could tip the area back into recession.
Mr Miliband also criticised the Government's handling of the controversy over Jeremy Hunt's alleged breaches of the ministerial code, suggesting it reflected its "character".
"People need to know there is the utmost probity and integrity in the way Government is being run. It is a pattern with this Prime Minister, particularly around News International... He resists the calls for change. Everybody can see that the obvious thing for him to do is make this referral to Sir Alex Allan."