The Labour leader refused to be put off by a protester, and went on to give a masterclass in the higher priggery.
As Conservatives, we know the Liberal Democrats are the party of opportunism. But we can’t take for granted that local people know this too.
It would be unfair to accuse Davey, the Lib Dem leader, of being dull: that is part of his task as he works out his election manifesto.
A friend of Michael Gove and a former Liberal Democrats, he is bidding for the Daily Telegraph and is an investor in GB News, which he hopes to see at the centre of such an election, if it happens.
The attempt this week to silence her when she spoke in Oxford has had the opposite effect of making her and her arguments far better known.
The Government’s failure to do anything about London’s housing crisis means the capital is now starting to export voters into its wide commuter belt.
‘The question takes voters for granted” and his party is working to “earn people’s votes…so we can get rid of this shocking government”, he says.
Some MPs continued to boo him, which was as it should be. Johnson delights the pit by infuriating the prigs.
Attempts by the Leader of the Opposition to pin down the Prime Minister on the question of a windfall profits tax did not succeed.
This after Oliver Dowden accused Labour and the Liberal Democrats of collaborating in the local elections.
Reeves, the Shadow Chancellor, sat nodding and smiling beside her Leader, while perhaps contemplating how she could have given the PM a harder time.
And: surely Johnson wants to know who authorised the Nowzad instruction. Plus: go on – make it all about Brexit.
“It’s the second by-election victory for the Conservatives in a year. That’s not happened since 1993.”
Outside Westminster Hall, a baffled group of tourists noticed Oliver Cromwell giving a nod of approval.