It was a rumbustious PMQs, despite Ed Miliband's claim that he wants a more serious, sober discussion. Anyway, that ends our live text coverage of events for this week. You can continue to follow debates in the Commons on BBC Democracy Live or on the BBC Parliament Channel. Please join us again next week.
Labour's Vernon Coaker, a former teacher, mixes his metaphors, likening Francis Maude to a "drowning man clutching at straws".
Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude says it is "very unusual" for there to be no women on the government front bench for PMQs. Home Secretary Theresa May and Culture Secretary Maria Miller were absent today for various reasons, he explains.
On the Daily Politics, BBC political editor Nick Robinson says Labour packed its front bench with women ahead of Ed Miliband's questions on gender equality.
That was a pretty lively session. Education Secretary Michael Gove will not be too happy about his telling-off by the Speaker. Presenter Andrew Neil describes Mr Bercow's joke as "rather mannered" and pre-planned on the BBC 2's Daily Politics.
Lib Dem Andrew George says more investment is needed to protect the Penzance to Paddington rail line. David Cameron agrees it is an "urgent requirement to get this right". That ends Prime Minister's Questions for this week.