Today's hot topics for #PMQs are likely to be tax credits, steel workers and Cameron's EU negotiations.— BM Public Affairs (@BMPubAffairs) October 28, 2015
But Cameron adopted a ‘wait and see’ response to the question which, some said, made him appear evasive.
This is Corbyn's best #PMQs so far. Asking PM same question six times - are people going to be worse off - has made PM look evasive— Jane Merrick (@janemerrick23) October 28, 2015
Corbyn's new tactic: repeatedly asking about the same issue = far more effective at exposing PM— Emily Ashton (@elashton) October 28, 2015
There were also the now inevitable swipes at Corbyn's trademark side glare and Chancellor George Osborne's facial expressions.
But commentators could not agree who had won this week's encounter, with some calling a draw and others, grudgingly, calling it for Corbyn.
A Corbyn win in a week he couldn't lose. But Tories know the longer Jeremy stays, the more long-term damage it does to Labour's brand #PMQs— Dylan Sharpe (@dylsharpe) October 28, 2015