Daily Telegraph: Sketch writer Michael Deacon predicts David Cameron's "boast" that "we don't need" to raise taxes will "fly back and sock him in the chops" at some point. What will be his defence if he does find himself raising taxes, such as VAT, he wonders.
The Mirror: Nigel Nelson concludes that David Cameron and Ed Miliband "now exist in parallel universes", as "the Labour leader's questions and the PM's answers had about as much connection as a string of duff fairy lights".
The Independent: Lizzie Dearden observes the "lack of festive goodwill" between the two leaders, noting that they "appeared to abandon policy entirely and opt for personal attacks in vicious exchanges".
The Guardian: It was a session "full of jibes at each other across the floor", writes political correspondent Rowena Mason, who leads with Ed Miliband's accusation that the PM has only fixed the economy for his Christmas card list.