Lib Dem leader Tim Farron challenged Mr Cameron to apologise 'for deliberately dividing communities to win cheap votes'
The claims relate to the alleged breaching of election spending limits
'Nigeria and Afghanistan, possibly the two most corrupt countries in the world'
On the eve of elections all round the nation, the Prime Minister treated us all to a truly vital exercise in manufactured outrage about the Middle East
David Cameron claimed refugees were 'safe' despite thousands going missing
Yvette Cooper and Angus Robertson say PM is 'putting country to shame'
Ten year old pupils at Jeremy Corbyn's local primary school showed a reassuring understanding of the structural organisation of the education system
The Leader of the Opposition devoted all his questions to harrying the Prime Minister on his policy of forcing schools to convert to academies
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
Mr Cameron easily survived a potentially difficult session following last week’s unravelling Budget
The MP is a persistent critic of Jeremy Corbyn
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
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