PMQs round-up: Flooding, Shakespeare, reshuffles and resignations

It was back to fun and games with this week's PMQs, as David Cameron and Jeremy Corbyn - fresh from his high-profile shadow cabinet reshuffle - went head-to-head for the first time in 2016.

Like Jeremy Corbyn, those following PMQs on social media were not impressed when Tory MPs were heard laughing about flooding:

The PM then went on the offensive:

And he followed up with some quips for the TV cameras regarding Labour's reshuffle:

Meanwhile, a picture of the Labour front bench told its own story:

The drama continued...

Did it have something to do with this?

There was a brief combination landed by Cameron before the end of proceedings:

Despite plenty of questions, no-one mentioned the free vote that Conservative MPs will have on the Brexit referendum. 

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