It’s all very well quoting Shakespeare, Mr Cameron, but let’s focus on the real issues. If you cut us, do we not bleed?
The Prime Minister said Jeremy Corbyn's reshuffle turned out to be 'Much Ado About Nothing'
David Cameron made a stream of embarrassing Shakespeare puns to mock Jeremy Corbyn's reshuffle
As David Cameron and Jeremy Corbyn exchanged meaningless numbers and pre-prepared insults, all you could see from space was Nature, turning its blind indifference to the follies of man.
There are moments when the House of Commons responds instantly and instinctively. The Labour side were lifted, the Tories downcast
Jeremy Corbyn and David Cameron were absent for the session
Chancellor expected to be grilled on the Government's response to the latest flooding, Donald Trump's controversial comments on Muslims and updates from Syria air strikes
David Cameron is away visiting EU leaders, giving the Chancellor a further chance to burnish his leadership credentials
Cameron said he spends every penny with taxpayers in mind. But then, as Corbyn asked a question from ‘John’, the Tory benches erupted with laughter and mockery. Clearly it only took them seconds to forget those taxpayers who are supposedly constantly on every Conservative politician’s mind
The terror attacks on Paris and the British response is set to dominate the weekly bout between the two leaders
PMQs reverted to its usual guffawing self as Corbyn grilled Cameron over tax credits
Due to laws preventing the MOD from being sued for illness or injury caused before 1987, Navy veterans may die of mesothelioma on just war pension
The Prime Minister was caught moaning as he left the chamber after his weekly questioning
‘With respect, I would suggest that on Armistice Day we should put aside political questions,” says Mr Cameron at PMQs
The PM has refused to answer whether people will be worse off
It's Jeremy Corbyn 1 Tories 0 (Cameron wasn't playing)