Final #pmqs of the year. Sad to see there won't be any Ed Balls and turkey gags— Sam Oakley (@samoakley91) December 16, 2015
When Corbyn got to his feet to ask his first question, there was a notable absence of the loud cheering that greeted his deputy Angela Eagle last week.
Corbyn attempted to keep the tone of proceedings civil and he began by wishing Cameron, the House and British astronaught Tim Peake, "who is not currently on this planet", a happy Christmas.
But the conciliatory start was immediately shattered by the Conservative back bench who seized on the "not on this planet" remark as an opportunity to jeer the Labour leader.
Convivial Corbyn wishes the house a Happy Christmas. Jeers from Tories about his note that Tim Peake 'not on planet earth' #PMQs— Pagefield (@PagefieldLondon) December 16, 2015
Corbyn stuck to familiar Labour territory for the final PMQs session, with questions to Cameron on the NHS "winter crisis", adult social care and midwifery training (the last sourced from a member of the public).
Labour going for the tried and tested 'crisis at A&E' approach in final #pmqs of term— Pagefield (@PagefieldLondon) December 16, 2015
But Cameron stuck to his guns and defended the Government's record, telling Corbyn that its work to build a strong economy had enabled proper funding for the NHS and deflecting the question on adult social care towards local authorities.
Corbyn does look much more at home at the dispatch box than 3 months ago. Happy to counter the PM now, but still to easy for Cameron #PMQs— Pagefield (@PagefieldLondon) December 16, 2015
Cameron's responses left some commentators hoping for an economic crisis, if only to test the Prime Minister's narrative.
Corbyn & team need an economic crisis to break the Cameron economy narrative. Otherwise it's 5 more years of what we've just seen #PMQs— Pagefield (@PagefieldLondon) December 16, 2015