While William Hague did a decent job replacing David Cameron at today's PMQs, he did miss a massive open goal. Harriet Harman repeatedly asked if the Tories were supporting Labour's one-point-odd billion pound injection into job centres. She threw out this line every time Hague asked if the government would pull its finger out and introduce the Tory proposal to have a business loan insurance scheme. What William should have said in reply is this:
"While this Labour government wants to throw money at job centres, we Conservatives believe that money would be better spent keeping people in their jobs in the first place, which is exactly the point of our business loan insurance scheme".