Dennis Skinner has unleashed a withering quip at the government, as is his usual custom, when the Queen visited Westminster today.
The Bolsover MP has a long history of issuing one-liner snipes at the Conservative benches just moments after Black Rod invites MPs to hear Her Majesty deliver the annual Queen's Speech.
Some of his heckles over the years have included, in 2014, "Coalition's last stand"; "Royal Mail for sale, Queen's head privatised" in 2013; and "Jubilee year, double dip recession, what a start" - to cries of 'shame' from Tory MPs - in 2012.
This year he opted for: "Hands off the BBC."
But Skinner has a history of launching fiery tirades at Tories on the benches opposite.
Here are seven times the firebrand Labour backbencher gave other MPs a fearless dressing down:
State opening interuption
One of Parliament's most amusing customs is the interjection levied by Skinner every year during the State Opening of Parliament.
In 2013 the backbencher followed Black Rod's address to MPs with a reference to the public postal force sell-off.
"Royal Mail for sale; Queen's head privatised," he said to laughs from MPs.
Tackling Thatcher on the poll tax
A younger Dennis Skinner once jousted with then-PM Margaret Thatcher over the cost of running Downing Street.
He used an increase in public money spent on the Prime Minister's residence to levy criticism at the Conservative leader for her introduction of the poll tax.
The MP said: "Is the Prime Minister aware that in 1979 the cost to the taxpayer of running Downing Street was £1.25 million?
"Will she also confirm that 10 years later that cost had soared by more than 400% in those ten years, which is a bigger percentage than any local authority in Britain?"
He quipped, referencing Thatcher's famous erection of the gates outside Downing Street: "And that's not including the cost for the gates."
He then moved to compare Thatcher to the wife of the then ruling Communist Romanian dictator, saying: "Doesn't that mean that the fortress of Madame Caecescu is a suitable case for poll taxing?"