Review: January 27, the 30 minute PMQs session at the London Palace of Comedy officially called the House of Commons began with PM David Cameron issuing a statement on the London memorial to holocaust victims (appropriate for Holocaust Memorial Day); it was a progress report and if he expected Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn to provide him with ammo to attack he was out of luck.
Certainly as Corbyn got to his feet to reply the usual idiot was seen standing with a group of others between the benches, raising his hands as a signal for noise and derision but it did not materialise. That was because Corbyn was in agreement with Cameron and down to the subject matter, namely the holocaust memorial.
The memorial will stand close to parliament and it will be costly.bg
Cameron answered one of his own MPs regarding oil prices and North Sea oil prior to Corbyn and the House remained passive but as soon as Mr Corbyn asked a question about the Google tax fiasco Cameron dodged answering and noise erupted.
All Cameron can ever do is hark back to the past condemning Labour for not getting tax from companies such as Google when they were in office.
But as Corbyn reminds Cameron it was Labour that began the investigation into the taxes of big companies he is jeered.
But Cameron chooses to forget that Jeremy was not in power during that period; Corbyn reminds Cameron that as he is PM tax collection is down to him and his government.
Cracked record Cameron can do nothing but attack which is of course the weakest form of defence ; it shows he is on the ropes and it is way past a time when House speaker John Bercow was sacked as unfit for purpose as he seems unable to keep order.
As Mr Corbyn tries to ask a sensible question regarding a ruling that the Bedroom Tax on Housing Benefit is unlawful Tories on mass decide it is time to burst out laughing.
On Yemen Corbyn asks about air strikes on civilians, schools, Mosques and more asking that arms licences to Saudi are suspended.
Cameron however feels we are backing the legitimate government of Yemen but we are not in coalition with Saudi and are always careful about arms licences we issue; he says he will look into it but his words basically say he is happy with matters as they stand.
On the whole every person who gets to their feet gets some respect except for Jeremy Corbyn who has also asked his benches to quit playing the fool which is the Tory way of handling PMQs; this means they stay fairly quiet.
Watching other matters discussed such as WASPI the conclusion is that Cameron is unable to answer any straight Corbyn question; the Conservative game plan is so obvious and childish. It is to undermine and attack Labour at each and every opportunity; Cameron seems able to talk at length turning PMQs into political campaigning and pantomime as long as he does not answer any questions.
But however they in the House view this weekly Whitehall farce it will be nothing to voters who tune in.
If you are unable to catch PMQs live pick it up on IPlayer.
Make sure you are prepared as it is not comfortable viewing.
If you are lucky you may actually hear Cameron answer a question but don't hold your breath.
Today's PMQs was slightly better than some weeks but still an embarrassment. Me - I can't watch anymore and reach for the remote.