Labour MPs were left glum-faced as Cameron delivered his strongest performance for months.
Five days after the government postponed the introduction of plain cigarette packaging, the Tories' campaign strategist remains the story.
Labour and Conservative MP Sarah Wollaston argue that the Tory strategist, whose company has close links to the tobacco industry, is to blame for the decision.
The Labour leader's promise not to accept the £7,604 pay rise to £74,000 leaves the PM as the odd one out.
Cameron looked evasive as he responded to Miliband's call for a limit on MPs' outside earnings with a reheated attack on the unions.
The Labour leader shifts the focus from the unions by calling for new limits on MPs' outside earnings and a cap on party donations.
A £3,000 visitor bond will hurt the poorest families, while doing nothing to deal with illegal immigration.
The Tories should not make the mistake of assuming that the public shares their instinctive loathing of the trade unions.
Clegg's argument that any spare money should be used to support "all working families" is a powerful dividing line with the Conservatives.
Nick Clegg started a new monthly press conference today but Cameron hasn't held one since July 2011.