Was that Prime Minister's Questions or 'Leader of the Opposition's Questions'?

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David Cameron has been accused of hijacking Prime Minister's Questions by firing questions at Jeremy Corbyn instead of answering those directed at him.

The pair exchanged verbal blows during a furious House of Commons spat over anti-Semitism.

The Prime Minister deflected questions from the leader of the opposition, instead focusing on trying to force Corbyn to withdraw a previous remark addressing Hamas and Hezbollah as "friends."

Despite Corbyn saying "I absolutely do not approve of those organisations" and "obviously anyone that commits racist or anti-Semitic acts is not a friend of mine", Cameron repeatedly pressed the Labour leader.

People thought it was a bit of a cop-out.

Some, including the Telegraph's chief political correspondent Christopher Hope, dubbed it the "worst PMQs ever".

(He walked out after ten minutes.)

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