The EU Referendum campaign got into full swing this week, with Boris Johnson, Michael Gove and even Barack Obama weighing in.
But amid all the speeches, releases and interventions, the highlight of the week – in sheer entertainment terms – was the appearance of Vote Leave’s Dominic Cummings in Parliament.
The Brexit group’s campaign director, who used to work for Michael Gove when he was Education Secretary, seemed to be on a mission to fight with everyone on the Treasury Committee.
Many MPs were clearly frustrated as Cummings quibbled over meanings of words, the role of the Establishment and usually agreed upon figures.
Here are the best bits (clips are on autoplay):