Watch live as deputy PM Dominic Raab takes questions in parliament
It is that time of the week again when the opposition scrutinises the government and we all get to laugh at some punchy lines and bitter jibes.
This week's PMQs was no different, apart from being marked by the absence of Boris Johnson and Keir Starmer, who both had other stuff on their plates, meaning it was time for their respective deputies Dominic Raab and Angela Rayner to fight it out.
The pair discussed the ongoing war in Ukraine, as was to be expected, but also managed to fit in some clashed on Partygate, the cost of living crisis and more.
Rayner: "Lazy comments from the PM worsened the situation" 8/10
Rayner started the session by celebrating reports that detained citizen Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has been released and is travelling home from Iran. She said the government should review the cases of other nationals detained in Iran and other countries and ascertain whether "more could be done" by the government.
She referred to the time in November 2017 when the then foreign secretary, one Boris Johnson told a parliamentary select committee that Zaghari-Ratcliffe was “teaching people journalism” in Iran. He was heavily criticised and forced to apologise as this was then used as evidence that she was engaged in “propaganda against the regime”.
Raab: "We have done absolutely everything that we can, she shouldn't give succor to the despotic regime that detained our nationals in Iran or around the world by suggesting its anyone else's responsibility other than theirs." 7/10
Raab rejected Rayner's line of attack and claimed she was giving "succor" to Iran. He has a point that Iran was most at fault but Johnson's comments certainly didn't help at all.
Angela Rayner right to raise Boris Johnson's "lazy comments" that worsened Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's plight to learn from mistakes.\n\nSounds like Dominic Raab isn't going to #PMQs
Labour has called it "DIY asylum", which isn't exactly the same as "big-hearted".
Raab talks about 5,000 visas granted to Ukrainians as if it's a positive, but it's a stain on the UK's international reputation that the number is so low and so far behind the demand as measured by the number of applications.\n\n#PMQs