PMQs: Cat noises and scratches for Cheryl Gillan MP
17 July 2013 Last updated at 15:10 BST
A couple of backbench Conservative MPs made cat noises and actions as the former Cabinet minister Cheryl Gillan stood to ask a question about the HS2 rail project which goes through her constituency.
The MP, wearing a leopard-print top, was asking David Cameron about compensation for people whose homes will be demolished to make way for high speed line rail line.
It will initially run between London and Birmingham, through the Chilterns and south Midlands.