In the final PMQs of 2020, the traditional battle lines were drawn. The leader of the opposition Keir Starmer questioned Boris Johnson’s decision-making, and the PM accused the Labour leader of sitting on the fence on key issues like Brexit and coronavirus.

In this slightly more amusing festive exchange, Starmer questioned where the PM got his advice from, reading excerpts from the Wellingborough Conservative newspaper on advice for wannabe politicians.

Highlights included ‘saying the first thing that comes into your head’ and “if you make enough dubious claims, fast enough, you can get away with it.”

The PM fired back at the Labour Leader, stating “All I want for Christmas, is a view“.