All the shouting just makes this a pointless exercise. What is the point of #pmqs— Helen Pinches (@yamyamlen) February 3, 2016
Well, quite. So we've removed the shouting and given you a version of PMQs that won't make your blood boil.
People noticed just how uncomfortable Tory Eurosceptic Chris Grayling looked next to David Cameron.
— James Hallwood (@jhallwood) February 3, 2016
Has Grayling soiled himself? Looks like it at #pmqs— Peter Smith (@Redpeter99) February 3, 2016
Grayling looks in pain #PMQs— Ashley Brown (@AshleyB0203) February 3, 2016
And they kinda have a point:
Meanwhile across the dispatch box, Heidi Alexander, the shadow health secretary, couldn't agree more with Corbyn's questioning on the NHS.
— Joanna Montgomery (@joannamont) February 3, 2016
But her enthusiastic nodding distracted from the debate.
#pmqs Heidi looks like the nodding dogs they used to have in cars in 70's - sweet.— Susan Hall (@Councillorsuzie) February 3, 2016
But as Corbyn continued his relentless attack on the PM over cuts to cancer radiography services, people noticed the conspicuous absence of Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt.
Jeremy Hunt not sitting on the front bench???? #PMQs— Corbynist (@PerksOfAce) February 3, 2016
Why is Hunt not on front bench with Cameron? Doesn't look great him peering into chamber while cancer/NHS discussed. #PMQs— Natasha Clark (@NatashaC) February 3, 2016
It wasn't long before Hunt was spotted - clinging to the outer wall of the chamber like a naughty schoolchild at parent's evening.
All these health questions, yet Cameron's health sec Jeremy Hunt hasn't made it to the frontbench today. He's lurking over by the bar #PMQs— Joe Watts (@JoeWatts_) February 3, 2016
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt is stood at the bar of the Chamber so won't be any use to Cameron over Corbyn's cancer questions #pmqs— Ben Glaze (@benglaze) February 3, 2016
#pmqs Jeremy Hunt looks terrified today. Terrified and nervous. And so he should.— ClaudineLewis (@QuietNotStupid) February 3, 2016
Cameron reserved his most cutting jibe for Corbyn - by implying his age had caught up with him.
Ouch. Cameron points out Corbyn not quick on his feet. "I think the cogs need to turn a little bit faster".#pmqs— Paul Waugh (@paulwaugh) February 3, 2016
"cogs need to turn a a bit faster" even on cancer Cameron can't resist a dash of Flashman #PMQs— Chairman Moët (@ChairmanMoet) February 3, 2016
"The cogs need to turn a little bit faster," says Cameron on Corbyn. Feisty. #PMQs— Ross Lawson (@RossLawson03) February 3, 2016
'The cogs need to turn a bit faster.' Cameron reveals his latest cynical attack line - paint Corbyn as old, doddery and a bit slow. #pmqs— Rhubarb Grumble (@RhubarbGrumble) February 3, 2016
#PMQs Cameron "when are the cogs going to turn?" Is childish and downright bloody rude.— Maggie Jones (@MaggieLDNguide) February 3, 2016