'I did point out to the Prime Minister – I was actually trying to help him – that the gentleman concerned is actually a Conservative'
The Tories used to pitch themselves as a party for aspirational professionals. After their attacks on doctors and teachers, it's anyone's guess what they stand for now
David Cameron claimed refugees were 'safe' despite thousands going missing
Yvette Cooper and Angus Robertson say PM is 'putting country to shame'
Cameron is so fond of the play he got the name and the theatre where it is showing wrong
David Cameron may never have heard of the angry young men of the 1950s, but what's he ever had to be angry about?
Cameron decided to focus on the jokes rather than the substance, possibly because to focus on the substance would only be to shed more light on his embarrassing handling of the scandal itself
The Labour and SNP leaders both go on the offensive over Panama Papers
The Chancellor's Budget has gone up in smoke and the Prime Minister's party is hopelessly divided on Europe: trust Labour to come to the Government's rescue
Mr Downing's comments were raised by David Cameron during PMQs earlier in the day
The Prime Minister subtly undermined the Labour leader's 100th question by answering his 99th – and by answering it rather well
All the latest updates from Prime Minister's Questions between David Cameron and Jeremy Corbyn
A bad Greek-themed pun is clearly the best response to a question about poor families not receiving the childcare they were promised
David Cameron had promised to double the number of free hours offered to parents at the general election
Nearly seven out of ten science teachers have thought about leaving the profession in the last six months
Weekly head-to-head in Commons comes as Cameron is accused of releasing a 'dodgy dossier' on EU membership