Oh dear. You've really got to feel sorry for Gordon Brown. Another week's PMQs, another trouncing. Cameron's attack this week at first appeared a bit scattergun, but in the end proved to be very effective, as he drew out various issues on which the Prime Minister had promised to listen, but then failed to. His final attack was corruscating in its vehemence and really seemed to hit home. The lack of cheers from the Labour benches for Gordon Brown told its own story.
Interestingly, both David Cameron and Nick Clegg alluded to Charles Clarke's "helpful" remarks.
Anyway, my marks: Cameron 8, Brown 6, Clegg 7.
UPDATE: I've just done a 10 minute interview with Steve Richards of The Independent on College Green post PMQs. His analysis is devastating for Brown. Bascially he thinks he's more or less had it. I'll upload the video during the afternoon.