Brown started off by saying: "I think people should take a step back here and understand what's happening". A poor choice of words. He then failed to answer Cameron's question on the future of Alistair Darling and couldn't say whether he would still be in the same job in a week's time, despite pouring praise on him. Time after time he refused to do so, which says everything we need to know. Cameron rightly pointed out that if Darling was doing such a good job why couldn't the Prime Minister say he would be in a job in a week's time.
David Cameron said everything he was expected to say, but there wasn't quite as much fire in his belly or anger as I was expecting. He still scored a clear win over Brown though, who struggled to say anything different to that which he has said over the past few weeks.
Nicl Clegg was on fire again, accusing Labour of being finished. He closed his second question with a corker: "Isn't it true that the real choice for the electorate is between the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats?"