Prime Minister opens #PMQs by paying tribute to David Cameron— Newington (@NewingtonComms) September 14, 2016
Jeremy Corbyn challenges the PM to name a single educational expert who supports her policy to reintroduce grammar schools.— Portcullis (@Portcullis_says) September 14, 2016
May stumbling a little this afternoon with terrible dodges. Corbyn bashing out a great first question too. #PMQs— Jack Carnell (@jackcarnell) September 14, 2016
Even when May huffed that Corbyn had not welcomed today’s unemployment figures, which show a slight fall, Corbyn retorted that one million ‘employed’ people were on zero-hours contracts before returning to the subject of grammar schools once again.
Corbyn's questions on grammar schools have been targeted and well put. 3 in a row. May has not yet got an upper hand on this. #PMQs— Pagefield (@PagefieldLondon) September 14, 2016
Most commentators agreed that Corbyn had enjoyed one of his best PMQs ever as Labour leader, a further boost to his re-election chances.
Then it was Angus Robertson, the SNP’s leader in the Commons, to ask his questions and he returned to last week’s theme of the effect on Scotland of Brexit and asked May his second yes/no question in a fortnight, enquiring whether she favoured visa-free travel in the EU.
According to Brandwatch, there were 13,000 tweets around today's PMQs, with key topics including grammar schools and David Cameron. Tweets about May were 52 per cent positive, while for Corbyn 51 per cent of tweets were positive and for Robertson, just 20 per cent of tweets were positive.