The Labour and SNP leaders both go on the offensive over Panama Papers
Mr Cameron easily survived a potentially difficult session following last week’s unravelling Budget
The MP is a persistent critic of Jeremy Corbyn
He said spending on disability benefit was going up
All the latest updates from Prime Minister's Questions between David Cameron and Jeremy Corbyn
The PM refuses to engage on important topics, he says
The Chancellor's chances of the succession reassessed; PMQE (Prime Minister's Questions on Europe); and another genuine shop name
Jeremy Corbyn doesn’t like competition, so with apologies in advance, he won.
Weekly head-to-head in Commons comes as Cameron is accused of releasing a 'dodgy dossier' on EU membership
It only took the most careless of whispers to convince the Prime Minister to wheel out last week's Your Mum jokes.
The Prime Minister said seeing East Jerusalem first hand had confirmed his view the settlements were wrong
David Cameron's mother had signed a petition against cuts in her local area
There may one day come a time that the Labour leader realises the public mailbag tactic is not working and can never work
Cameron said that housing benefit "was completely out of control when we came to Government… with families in London getting £100,000” - tritely ignoring the fact that this goes into the pockets of private landlords. Perhaps that's because 27 per cent of Tory MPs are private landlords themselves
Not one single MP from any party raised the dispute
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