PMQs is back yet again, with the usual rowdy behaviour and a few of Jeremy Corbyn's famous death stares.
Two disapproving teacher looks from Jeremy Corbyn and we are only four mins into #PMQs— Isabel Hardman (@IsabelHardman) November 4, 2015
Here's everything that happened, without all that annoying shouting.
There was a rather shocking fashion choice:
Jeremy Corbyn turned back to the question the PM dodged six times last week, and still didn't get an answer:
Sassy Jeremy Corbyn: "Surely that's the whole point of our Parliament, that we're able to put questions to those in authority." #PMQs— Matt Dathan (@matt_dathan) November 4, 2015
But mostly it was hard to hear anything over the Tories shouting him down.
Tories jeering Corbyn as he was trying to pay tribute to victims of war. Again, not a good look #PMQs— Owen Bennett (@owenjbennett) November 4, 2015
Things were generally back to the way they've always been at midday in the House:
And when asked about the possibility of a winter crisis, Cameron resorted to a soundbite:
#PMQs PM "If you want to know who's heading for a winter crisis it's the Labour Party"— Vincent McAviney (@VinnyITV) November 4, 2015
Wait so a serious question on the NHS coping in winter gets a joke-riddled answer about Commies? Edifying. #PMQs— Charlie Lindlar (@charlielindlar) November 4, 2015
Then he cracked out another shockingly bad joke:
In the end, it seemed like there were no winners:
Cameron’s worst #PMQs for a while, insults and attacks, but no answers to the actual question, its becoming easy for the public to notice.— Sean (@seansheep6) November 4, 2015
Except people tweeting about it.
The PM had a question about Channel 4:
Cameron refuses to rule out privatisation of Channel 4 #pmqs— PamCrossland (@PamCrossland) November 4, 2015
OK Channel 4 is utterly fucked and being sold to the Americans thenNovember 4, 2015
And as usual any question not from his own backbenchers was dodged: