Miliband won the main event, petty though it was. But Dave came into his own as the backbenchers took their turn
The wind was in the Prime Minister’s sails this week, and it would have been hard for him to lose having just made a historic and popular pledge for an in-out EU referendum
Cameron eased past Miliband on the Euro question - but Ed did have a decent point or two
A scoreless draw between Dave and Ed, in many ways, reflects a year when neither have had much to shout about. They, and we, could do with the break
Over the next three years the Tories will present themselves as the party of strivers to Labour’s party of scroungers, while Labour will employ the age-old class war tactics
This PMQs will go down as a complete and utter nightmare for Ed, not that it will matter in the slightest given the Chancellor’s statement this afternoon
PMQs started with some words about flooding but with the floodgates of Leveson held at bay for twenty four hours, other matters came into play, writes Harry Cole.
There were glimpses of Flashman Dave on show at today's PMQs, but the PM's victory was mainly down to Miliband's routine self-destruction
The Deputy Prime Minster destroyed his Labour opponent whilst stepping in for an absent Prime Minister, but the praise could not last forever writes Harry Cole
Where there was a glimpse of Ed as PM material last week, the only comparison being made today - when he missed an open goal - is simply: Kinnock
With outings like this at the despatch box becoming a regular occurrence, the idea of Prime Minister Miliband is slowly becoming less absurd
With the millstone of Mitchell round Cameron’s neck, Ed should have walked PMQs today - instead, he only just edged it, writes our UK Political Editor Harry Cole
Federal Europe is on its way and the British people have been pushed too far already. It's just a shame that Westminster and the vast majority of the British main stream media isn't listening
Cameron got one over an off-form Miliband this week but it was to no avail in the light of events, dear boy writes Harry Cole
After being booed at the Paralympics and a stressful forty-eight hours of reshuffling his team, the Prime Minister was greeted back at PMQs with a mixed bag, writes Harry Cole
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