Today saw a particularly rowdy PMQs as Labour Leader Ed Miliband challenged David Cameron to support a £5,000 cap on donations.
Here's how Twitterrati reacted:
Scoring that #pmqs like trying to score punchup outside kebab shop. Somebody won, technically. But you end up thinking worse of all involved— Gaby Hinsliff (@gabyhinsliff) July 10, 2013
Miliband: "This is a man owned by a few millionaires at the top and everybody knows it". Slam dunk. #pmqs—p Bonnie Greer (@Bonn1eGreer) July 10, 2013
Great #PMQs for those who enjoy politics as a spectacle of war. I do like the smell of napalm in the Chamber.— John Rentoul (@JohnRentoul) July 10, 2013
PMQs this week a big win for UKIP as Lab and Cons have brought each other into disrepute! #pmqs—p Patrick O'Flynn (@oflynnexpress) July 10, 2013
Ed Miliband on Cameron: "This is a man owned by a few millionaires at the top and everybody knows it" PM turns purple and shouts a lot #PMQs—p Owen Jones (@OwenJones84) July 10, 2013
John Bercow's constant interventions much more annoying than the noise #pmqs—p Tim Montgomerie (@TimMontgomerie) July 10, 2013