PRWeek's PMQs Twitter round-up

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

PRWeek's PMQs Twitter round-up
Tax credits, the NHS and online security were some of the themes explored in this week’s PMQs session.
Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour leader, opted to press home his line of questioning on tax credits.

But, after receiving largely the same answer as he he received last week, when he asked David Cameron the same question six times, Corbyn changed the terms of the question and asked how tax credit changes would affect veterans.

Some commentators thought this approach was an effective way to reframe the question.

Although others were less impressed by this tack.

Questions then moved on to the state of the NHS and whether there would be another winter crisis this year. But some thought the questions lacked power and portrayed a Labour party in decline.

There was baying from both sides of the House, forcing the Speaker to intervene and demand that MPs listen to both the question and the answer, adding that "this is what the public expects".

Cameron responded to the question by turning the spotlight on Labour.

But some commentators found the unwillingness of the Primie Minister to answer questions distasteful.

Public affairs professionals called the session a no-score draw for both sides.

And one described the encounter as forgettable in the eyes of the public.

This was particularly 

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