25/02/2015 09:01 GMT | Updated 25/02/2015 09:59 GMT

PMQs Today Without The Shouting: 25 February 2015

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Labour party leader Ed Miliband during Prime Minister's Questions in the House of Commons, London.

There's only five installments of Prime Minister's Questions left until the general election, and with everything going on this week, today's was a fairly heated one.

Here's what happened, without all that noise:

Ed Miliband went on a rant about second jobs, even though the last Labour PM makes quite a lot on the side:

Although Dave did promise to have a go at the double-jobbing thing before he was elected:

The MP for Eltham got a bit rowdy:

And Ed actually did quite well at the dispatch box for once:

But, oddly, he offered to stop any Labour MPs being paid trade union officials:

That was all despite the current Act going through Parliament having an exception for trade union officials.

Dave couldn't even think of a new gag:

He ummed and ahhed a bit:

The MP for Pendle was far from modest about a jobs fair in his constituency:

There was much of the same:

The chaps in Parliament focused mainly on things that affected them:

And the Father of the House stepped up:

But David Cameron stumbled at the question "How many jobs should an MP have?":