Comments: Dunce v Muppet What you think

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The Prime Minister David Cameron and the Leader of the Opposition Ed Miliband have been hurling insults at each other in Parliament.

Ed Miliband said that David Cameron was a "dunce", while David Cameron called Ed Miliband a "muppet".

Both men have said in the past that they want to put a stop to name calling in politics.

Your comments

I think that they are being childish and they should get their act together before children look up to them.

Elizabeth, Leeds

I think they are being very immature and they should grow up because us children look up to them and if they behave like that what are we going to do?

Hannah, Chippenham

I think it's silly for grown men to have an argument.

Peggy, Kent

It is poor behaviour because when people say look up to and respect your elders, how can we do that if they are acting like 5 year olds by calling each other names.

Stella, London

I think parties need to come to agreements quicker and with no screaming and shouting.

Claire, Aberdeenshire

I think it is very childish because children look up to them, they are role models.

Lara, London

I think that it's childish and shouldn't be allowed. If children get told off for name calling at school then shouldn't adults be told off as well?

Nia, Dorset

I think they are acting worse than the children do in my school playground!

Lucy, Birmingham

Those leaders should not be calling each other names. Some people might find it hurtful. They have been very childish.

Sofiya, Bury

It is definitely childish! Also, shouldn't they at least try to get along?

Charlotte, Aberystwyth

I think that leaders should not call each other names because the names that they give might be hurtful.

Jessica, London

I think it is very childish to argue and call people names in public. I am shocked that two grown up men are calling people names.

Phil, London

I think that they are acting childish, they are adults they should be a role model to children.

Trinnity, Swindon

I think it is not acceptable when leaders call each other names. It is alright to think of insults but it is not alright to say them.

Aibrean, Northern Ireland