PRWeek's PMQs Twitter round-up

In a new round-up of Prime Ministers Questions, PRWeek brings you some of the best Twitter comments from the weekly event.

PRWeek's PMQs Twitter round-up
It was new Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s second PMQs against David Cameron and his first since the Labour and Conservative party conferences.

Corbyn stuck to his strategy of sourcing some of his questions from the public. While some regarded this as a radio phone-in approach to PMQs, others argued it took the fire out Cameron’s responses.

Not everybody enjoyed the Labour leader's calm and considered approach to the weekly shouting match, including the 'chief mouser to the Cabinet Office'.

But despite an underwhelming style of delivery, some commentators believed the session would present Corbyn in a positive light when it was aired on the news later today.

There were inevitable comparisons with a classroom teacher after Corbyn was repeatedly heckled during his questions, prompting a glare from the Labour leader.

In all, commentators agreed that Corbyn had had a good run on his second outing at the despatch box.

Although some gave Corbyn a 'could try harder' mark for his work.

Look out for our PMQs round-up every Wednesday lunchtime when Parliament is in session.

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