Prime Minister David Cameron and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn have brought up their mothers in order to insult each other during a parliamentary discussion.
They were debating the topic of junior doctors when a Labour MP reminded Cameron that his own Mum had signed a petition against government funding cuts to children's centres.
Cameron responded by criticising Jeremy's Corbyn's appearance, saying his mother would advise him to "put on a proper suit, do up your tie and sing the national anthem".
Corbyn then hit back at him, saying: "My late mother would have said, 'stand up for the principle of a health service free at the point of use for everybody', because that's what she dedicated her life to, as did many of her generation."
No it's unfair.
Kaitlin, Moray, Scotland
I think it's unfair because they could lie about what their family members say.
Leah, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
I think that family shouldn't be brought in to arguments unless they are given permission.
Jessica, London, England
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