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PMQs Today: Charlie Hebdo, Chilcot Inquiry, NHS and Gerald Kaufman's Tie Dominate Proceedings

07/01/2015 15:33 GMT | Updated 07/01/2015 15:59 GMT

Prime Minister's Questions focused on the Chilcot Inquiry, the NHS, and the shootings at Charlie Hebdo's offices in Paris.

Kind of pushed the Deputy PM's birthday out of the limelight.

Things then turned to the Chilcot Inquiry into the Iraq War, a report we've been waiting for since 2011.

Before long, the NHS was up for debate, and David Cameron rolled out a gaffe almost instantly.

As usual with an argument about the health service, it was mostly finger-pointing and fluffed facts.

And then we got this excellent little tidbit:

They're so cute.

And obviously nobody could avoid mentioning what Ed Miliband looked like.

But everyone else was soon forgotten when Gerald Kaufman stepped up with a rather shocking fashion statement.

And among all the raging arguments, there were some key points to pick out. Apparently.