The face says it all. David Cameron had a rough time at PMQs, and he knew it. After less than 10 minutes today, the Prime Minister looked like a pedigree bulldog chewing a wasp.
Probably the worst moment for Mr Cameron was when he tried to persuade the House, the media and the country that we should all wait for the end of the Leveson Inquiry before we reach conclusions about the conduct of his Government over the BSkyB deal, instead of making judgements on a single day’s evidence.
That would be a flimsy enough claim at the best of times, but coming an hour after a Government adviser has quit because of a single day’s evidence, it’s just silly, and the House knew it.