This was a more confident, competent performance from Gordon Brown in his second outing as PMQs. I thought his joust with David Cameron was a score draw, although Brown did have a good line about Cameron focussing on PR, while he focussed on being PM. That was rather countered when he referred to Ming Campbell as the Leader of the Opposition. In his dreams!
It was interesting to note how many Tory MPs questioned the PM about the unfairness of the devolution settlement. The number of planted questions on the Labour benches was readily apparent. It was a sign that they were desperate to ensure that there would be no repeat of last week. To that extent the whips' operation was a success.
UPDATE: Dizzy congratulates the PM for being honest.