The side-eye: How often has Jeremy Corbyn had to use this to signify his dissatisfaction with David Cameron's answers?

The side-eye: How often has Jeremy Corbyn had to use this to signify his dissatisfaction with David Cameron’s answers?

PMQs is ongoing as This Writer types these words. No straight answer from Cameron so far – a lot of bluster about Labour, though.

Today will mark my 100th question at PMQs. But while I’ve taken a different approach to asking the questions, David Cameron has carried on failing to give proper answers.

David Cameron once said he was “fed up with the Punch and Judy politics of Westminster”. But the experience of the last six months suggests he has come to rather enjoy it. When given the chance to defend his government’s record, he has instead preferred to opt for petty attacks, while avoiding the substance of the issue, and ignoring the real problems facing our people.

From support for the steel industry, to cuts to flood defence schemes and the Tories’ cruel and unfair Bedroom Tax, David Cameron has been unable to defend his Government’s record at PMQs.

People want a different sort of politics. I’m determined to respond to that. Unfortunately, the Prime Minister has so far been unable to get beyond the political game-playing of the past.

Source: Today is my 100th PMQs question as Labour leader – but I still won’t get a straight answer from David Cameron | Voices | The Independent

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