Prime Minister's Questions focused on the Chilcot Inquiry, the NHS, and the shootings at Charlie Hebdo's offices in Paris.
PM: We stand united with the French people in our opposition to all forms of terrorism & stand squarely for free speech and democracy #PMQs— UK Prime Minister (@Number10gov) January 7, 2015
We stand in solidarity with France against this evil attack by terrorists intent on attacking our democratic way of life & freedom of speech— Ed Miliband (@Ed_Miliband) January 7, 2015
Cameron rightly begins with condemnation of "barbaric" Charlie Hebdo attack and unambiguous defence of free speech. #PMQs— George Eaton (@georgeeaton) January 7, 2015
Kind of pushed the Deputy PM's birthday out of the limelight.
Nick Clegg is 48 today. Sure he'd appreciate a happy birthday from Dave and Ed at #PMQs— Tom Newton Dunn (@tnewtondunn) January 7, 2015
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.
PM Cameron says "weaponizing the NHS" is the "most disgusting phrase I've heard in politics" #pmqs— Jonelle Henry (@JonelleHenry) January 7, 2015
Really can't stand it when Labour MPs talk about the NHS like it belongs to them. It doesn't. It belongs to all of us. #PMQs— Thomas Smith (@Tom_Smith26) January 7, 2015
Just watched #pmqs and it turns out that A&Es are doing really well, according to the posh boy at the front.— breezeblock (@iBreezeblock) January 7, 2015
Love how Cameron accuses Milliband of using the NHS as a political football while using the NHS as a political football. #pmqs— Mostly Harmless (@MostlyFHarmless) January 7, 2015
And then we got this excellent little tidbit:
They're so cute.
PM: There is no strong NHS without a strong economy - we have the fastest growing economy in the West. #PMQs— No. 10 Press Office (@Number10press) January 7, 2015
Would the Prime Minister agree with me that starting a sentence with "Would the Prime Minister agree with me" should be banned from #PMQs?— Mick Coyle (@MickCityTalk) January 7, 2015
And obviously nobody could avoid mentioning what Ed Miliband looked like.
Miliband looks like he forgot to remove his mascara before bed last night. #PMQs— lauren (@laurenobern) January 7, 2015
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.
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Slightly refreshing PMQs - Conservative backbenchers on need to support (offshore) renewables & Cameron positive about immigrant workers— Richard Hebditch (@RichardHebditch) January 7, 2015