I have only just got back into the office so I didn't catch all of PMQs, although I gather it was rather lively, with David Cameron being told by The Speaker to withdraw the word 'phoney'.
UPDATE: OK, I have seen it now. I thought Cameron completely destroyed Brown on several counts. However, much of the media will no doubt concentrate on the fact that he was forced to withdraw his charge of Brown being a "phoney". He's right, and his argument totally justified the accusation, but he will know that he shouldn't have said it. The analysis on the Daily Politics was that Cameron blew it. That will be the Westminster Village interpretation. But I somehow d think that the verdict outside the bubble might be rather different. People do see Brown as a phoney, and whatever the rights and wrongs of Cameron saying it, he reflected what many people think. The joke in response to Skinner's barracking was superb: "I know he wanted miners in the government. Well he's now got Lord Myners". Skinner, for once, couldn't think of a retort.
Brown made little attempt to ask a single one of Cameron's questions. He avoided saying anything in response to Cameron's question about the fact that most of the government's announced measures to help business and the unemployed haven't even been launched several months after they were announced.
No doubt you will all sigh when I say this, but I felt it was a clear win for Cameron.