VERDICT: Perhaps the snappiest exchange between Cameron and Miliband so far, with both men on combative form. Miliband's charge was that, from tuition fees to child benefit, the coalition is breaking promises that it made before the election. And Cameron's counter was that he has had to take tough action to deal with the mess that Labour left behind, and that Ed Miliband has nothing to offer to that process other than kneejerk opposition. As exchanges across the dispatch box go, that's pretty standard stuff – but at least it was packaged with some wit (although little real insight) today. A score draw.
1232: And that's it. My short verdict coming up.
1229: Cameron: "It makes me 'physically ill' that prisoners will have the right to vote."
1227: Cameron refers to the NHS ringfence in response to a Labour attack on the health service: "you should have a word with your own shadow health secretary."
1223: Labour's Chris Ruane asks why the government is planning to reduce the number of elected MPs, while adding to the number of unelected members of the Lords. Cameron concentrates on the former - an issue where I'm sure the public is fully behind the coalition.
1220: PMQs seems to be winding down already. Cameron responds to Labour backbench challenges with another dose of WWLD?
1217: Here's Hazel Blears, with her hair more brown than ginger. David Wooding asks the question on everyone's mind: is is something Harriet Harman said?
1215: Cameron points out, rightly, that Labour have spoken of looking at the same kind of housing benefit reforms that the coalition is introducing now. So their opposition now, he claims, is opportunistic. This is one of Cameron's favourite attacks at the moment.
1211: This is degenerating into a bar-room brawl. Ed Miliband has a gag about Cameron's personal photographer, which ends: "just a little to the right Nick." Cameron looks aghast, and says, "is that what his opposition has become?"
1208: Cameron reponds aggressively. He suggests that the Lib Dems were "courageous," and that their decision came on the back of due deliberation of the recommendations contained in the Browne review, "which the previous government set up". The PM ends strongly, suggesting that Labour have swapped principle for opportunism.
1207: Now Miliband is stepping it up. He points out that Cameron talks about "trust," but "what would he say about those members of his government who pledged not to increase tuition fees."
1204: Ed Miliband now, after Elizabeth Truss stands up for an RAF base in her constituency. The Labour leader starts with a straightforward request for an update on the aftermath of last week's foiled bomb plot.
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