PMQs

The biggest change to PMQs in sixty years is that the PM’s answers have got longer

Boris Johnson fails the Mings test

Boris can do compassion. When he can be bothered.

Labour has found an attack line that has the benefit of being true

Cuts are increases. Good deals are bad

I’m shocked, shocked to find that lobbying is going on in here! adds Boris

PMQs pitches a Cavalier prime minister against his Roundhead opponent. But Boris risks a lot as “the Rupert of debate”

The showman spotted the rabbit hopping about backstage, but was forced to carry on with his trick

Keir Starmer thinks he’s dealing with an idiot at PMQs – as today showed, it’s a mistake to always underestimate your opponent

Was William Hague overestimated where Sir Keir Starmer is still underestimated?