Let me explain exactly - we have got a big pipeline of onshore and offshore wind projects that are coming through," Mr Cameron said at Prime Minister's Questions.
What does PMQ stand for?
PMQ stands for Prime Minister's Questions (UK Parliament)
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Speaking before lawmakers during Prime Minister's Questions, Cameron earlier proclaimed himself to be "appalled" by FIFA's stance.
The only saving grace is that most people actually don't watch prime minister's questions.
Summary: Gordon Brown has answered questions from members of the public at a special People's Prime Minister's Questions.
AT THE start of Prime Minister's Questions it has become a ritual for the Prime Minister to name the most recent casualties in the Afghan war and convey condolences to the families on behalf of the House.
When he was quizzed at Prime Minister's Questions on just how much he knew about the Damian Green arrest he'd obviously taken a leaf from Britney Spears' book.
In furious exchanges at Prime Minister's Questions in the Commons, Mr Brown accused David Cameron of being "the do-nothing leader of a do-nothing party" which would stand aside as recession deepened instead of coming to the aid of hard-pressed families and businesses.
At Major's anniversary prime minister's questions, Labour leader Neil Kinnock called him "the prime minister of evictions, unemployment and bankruptcies".