We're back for PMQs, but the House has been a bit rowdy lately, so here's everything that happened without all the shouting:
Andrew Rosindell started with a question that made him sound like a Ukip voter:
MP for Romford calls for borders to be closed. Christ. #PMQs— Ian stone (@stoneian41) November 18, 2015
Jeremy Corbyn was poised with some worrying figures about police cuts:
Corbyn: London has been targeted before. We can't cut police numbers. #PMQs— The Sunday People (@thesundaypeople) November 18, 2015
But he seemed to ignore an open goal...
JC avoiding the one obvious question this week: is there going to be a vote on bombing ISIL in Syria any time soon? #PMQs— Paul Brand (@PaulBrandITV) November 18, 2015
But he had to get in at least one question from the public:
"I have a question from a taxpayer called John" says Corbyn. Cheers as he returns to his previous #PMQs approach— Nigel Morris (@NigelpMorris) November 18, 2015
Ugh, Tories laughing every time Corbyn mentions a normal person tells you all you need to know #PMQs— Ovi Raptor (@calamospondylus) November 18, 2015
Question from a David in Witney about Council Cuts #PMQs— Danielle Grufferty (@DannieGruff) November 18, 2015
But many couldn't focus on the PM, for various reasons...
Eye language!!November 18, 2015
It was the usual spaced look from Osborne on the front bench:
But the true highlight was when the PM was asked about his work spearheading the "anti-austerity movement in Oxfordshire"...
Overall, the general consensus was a Cameron win this week.
I am no Tory supporter but Corbyn's failure to tackle Cameron on significant issues was pathetic! #PMQs— Always (@WatchesTelly) November 18, 2015