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PMQs Today Without The Shouting: 16 March 2016

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16/03/2016 12:27 GMT | Updated 16/03/2016 12:32 GMT

All eyes are on Parliament today as everyone eagerly awaits George Osborne's yearly budget, but first we have to sit through the weekly rowdiness of Prime Minister's Questions - so let's take a look at what happened at PMQs today, cutting out all the rubbish bits.

George Osborne was giggling while Jeremy Corbyn asked about air pollution:

The Tories started off by fluffing themselves on today's positive employment figures:

JEREMY CORBYN GOT A NEW SUIT.

Jezza had a quip on hand harking back to the days when Cameron ran on a green iniative:

There was yet another new buzzword flying about, joining the "northern powerhouse" as one of the most annoying phrases ever uttered in Parliament.

Angus Robertson asked about stability in Syria, David Cameron started talking about Ireland:

Cameron practically started a Twitter civil war between Manchester and Birmingham:

Ranil Jayawardena tried to coin a new term for Isis:

Corbyn's new suit prompted a "The Dress" moment:

But the more interesting point of Jeremy's new suit - he was wearing a blue jacket with black trousers!

There was a sighting of an endangered species...

And this happened...

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