Opinion: I wonder if I should really watch Prime Ministers' Questions from the House of Commons anymore.
This week's show was so openly biased it not only made for bad political debate it achieved little apart from sending my blood pressure soaring.
The gang of MPs left standing at the outskirts of the debate appeared little more than a rabble today. Tory MPs jeering and using hand gestures to encourage more hoots and jeers as soon as labour leader Mr Corbyn asked a single question were ridiculous and it was they who appeared the fools.
Dodgy Dave Cameron twisted each question into an attack on Corbyn and left the questions unanswered.
Cameron and his cronies have obviously decided to try old Etonian schoolboy tactics to undermine Mr Corbyn.
They are of course intentionally or not helped along by some Labour MPs or should that be traitors.
The Tory MP who got to his feet during the talk about housing improvements and sink hole estates did nothing to impress this writer.
He said he had been brought up on such an estate but did nothing but try for an impromptu Tory party political broadcast.
This writer was brought up in what was ultimately dubbed a slum; such was housing in post-war Britain. We could only dream of a new council home.
When land clearance schemes finally demolished those homes some housing estates provided good new homes but broke down communities and increased crime in the process.
Mr Corbyn's question about guaranteeing current tenants would be rehoused in renovated or rebuilt properties was ignored but it is an important point.
Will this Tory government really allow the private sector to build new, decent homes for previous tenants and even those who had bought properties on such estates? Will they be affordable homes or in places like London result in former tenants being financially excluded? What is the real reason for the new housing plan as it certainly will not be for the good of tenants?
Margaret Thatcher began the sell-off of social housing stock but kept any revenues made in an iron fist; local councils were not allowed to build new homes to replace those sold and thus began the deterioration of the quality and state of repair of social housing.
As Mr Corbyn attempted to ask questions the Commons was in uproar and the Speaker failed to 'keep order.
But lo and behold calm descended when the SNP representative got to his feet to ask a question.
On the whole it was now a calm debate with the occasional jeer or it.
The Tory plan of attack Labour is being furthered by MPs from that side of the House working against the good of the party and Jeremy Corbyn from within.