David Cameron has been accused of hijacking Prime Minister's Questions by firing questions at Jeremy Corbyn instead of answering those directed at him.
Someone should point out to David Cameron that #PMQs is where he answers the questions - he doesn't ask them.
-- Cat Smith (@CatSmithMP) May 4, 2016
They've tried lots of times b4, but that's the v first PMQs I've ever seen where a PM succeed in turning this into OpposiitonLeadersQs
-- Paul Waugh (@paulwaugh) May 4, 2016
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."
Come on speaker! Cameron is completely hijacking PMQs and in so doing dodging the questions put to him#bbcdp
-- Robert Dorsett (@robdorsett) May 4, 2016
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.
Cameron seems to think #PMQs is about him asking the questions. Corbyn retorts with attack on Tory "smears" in London against Sadiq Khan
-- Krishnan Guru-Murthy (@krishgm) May 4, 2016
Cameron is an absolute disgrace, why doesn't he answer the question? Because he can't, he knows Tories are crushing the vulnerable #PMQs
-- Liam Young (@liamyoung) May 4, 2016
Isn't the clue in the tile? *Prime Minister's* Questions. Not *Leader of the Opposition* Questions #PMQs
-- Chris Ship (@chrisshipitv) May 4, 2016
Some, including the Telegraph's chief political correspondent Christopher Hope, dubbed it the "worst PMQs ever".
Worst #PMQs ever. Just two leaders reading out smears at each other. What will the voters think*? (*Not much).
-- Christopher Hope (@christopherhope) May 4, 2016
(He walked out after ten minutes.)