Miliband used all his six questions on the economy, GDP and unemployment. His main, repeated, point though seemed to be that Cameron didn't answer his questions. Cameron toyed with him like a kitty playing with a catnip banana, rattling out stats that left Miliband befuddled. He said: 'The EU, OECD and IMF have said that Britain will have fastest growing economy in Europe this year' but even that didn't satisfy Miliband. He made one good point: that it's always promises and predictions and that 'tomorrow never comes'.
I couldn't resist taking these screen-shots of Balls and Miliband showing how seriously they take the accusation that the economy crashed on their watch:
Your MP: Party toad or independent thinker?
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I didn't catch the name of the MP who asked the patsy question on the economy towards the end, just before Galloway, but here is a screen-grab. He wins my award for being today's most sartorially-challenged MP.
UPDATE: See HERE
Videos to follow.
Exchange with George Galloway, Respect MP:
In full, via UKParliament Channel:
UPDATE: See HERE for Galloway's subsequent letter of protest to Cameron.