Happy Wednesday, it's PMQs time again! Here's a round-up of all the best bits from the Commons, but without all the jeering and cheering.
Oh, and it's the last one before Parliament goes into recess for the general election, so it should be a good one with only 43 days until 7 May.
It took three minutes for the PM to mention his economic plan:
Cameron's first response mentions that "economic plan" we've heard so much about over last five years #PMQs— Jamie Grierson (@JamieGrierson) March 25, 2015
I swear if I hear "long term economic plan" another time I'm going to pull my own nose off. #PMQs— Reno :) (@RenoXcore) March 25, 2015
Nancy Cameron cheered her dad on from the gallery despite apparently taking up a hunger strike over Jeremy Clarkson's suspension:
Nancy Cameron is cheering her Dad along with Tory MPs. Future leader of the Conservative Party? #pmqs— Jane Merrick (@janemerrick23) March 25, 2015
Cameron's kids are watching #pmqs? Shouldn't they be at school?— Peter Smith (@Redpeter99) March 25, 2015ADVERTISEMENT
The PM apologised on behalf of the government in light of the Penrose Report:
Rory Stewart raises contaminated blood in last #pmqs Calls for full apology and proper compensation. DC says "sorry" on behalf of gov— David Williamson (@dp_williamson) March 25, 2015
Miliband tried to crack a joke about Cameron's "No third term" statements and got ruined for it:
"In 43 days time I plan to rearrange his retirement" - open goal. Scored. #pmqs— Carl Packman (@CarlPackman) March 25, 2015
And then something of substance actually happened. The PM ruled out a VAT rise just because Miliband asked him to:
Miliband calls on Cameron to rule out raising VAT. Surprisingly he does. #PMQs— politics.co.uk (@Politics_co_uk) March 25, 2015
Well, this isn't going the way Ed planned, is it? #PMQs— Nigel Fletcher (@nigelfletcher) March 25, 2015
Every MP was acting like a schoolboy on the last day before summer.
Getting rowdy! #PMQs— Jerome (@8pack2themax) March 25, 2015
If we overrun so be it says Mr Speaker , our teacher used to say same #PMQs— Paul Robinson (@delvestaxis) March 25, 2015
Despite the rowdiness, the PM still managed to deliver a stormer and destroy his adversary as he tends to do:
Miliband floundering after being caught out by Cameron's response to his "killer' VAT question. #PMQs— Allan Draycott (@allanholloway) March 25, 2015
Cameron 6 - Miliband 0. #PMQs— Iain Martin (@iainmartin1) March 25, 2015
David Cameron definitely had his Shredded Wheat this morning #PMQs— Asa Bennett (@asabenn) March 25, 2015
Although he did ask more questions than he answered:
Don't think Cameron gets that he is meant to answer questions not ask them #PMQS— Sean (@sehol) March 25, 2015
Oh, David... it's PMQs, not LOTOQs.— Steve (@Steve_2point0) March 25, 2015
And had a bit of a cringey moment:
Oh snap! Cameron just dropped the kitchen. That was one of the cringiest punchlines I have ever seen. #PMQs— Bridey Heing (@bridey_heing) March 25, 2015
Ok these kitchen jokes are getting old now #PMQs— Vicky Wong 黃瑋殷 (@vickywong710) March 25, 2015
But perhaps to most stand-out point of the entire session was this:
Could they be trying to tell us something? Only time will tell...