- ToryDiary: David Cameron equal to Ed Miliband's economic attacks at PMQs
- David Cameron: "There is a global storm in the world economy today"
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- Peter Hoskin: "The real clash at PMQs today was between Ed Balls’ heckling and David Cameron’s temper."
- The Telegraph's Daniel Knowles: "What is the point exactly of Prime Minister's Questions? Is it to provide ten minutes of political theatre for us, or is it for backbenchers to ask questions of the Prime Minister? Today, it failed at both. For half an hour, MPs, including the leader of the opposition, asked irrelevant or uninteresting party political questions and the Prime Minister answered them with slogans. The most important issue of the decade – the European debt crisis – produced no more than twenty seconds of comment."
- The New Statesman's George Eaton: "As the economy continues to struggle, David Cameron is sounding ever more like his predecessor. Asked by Ed Miliband at today's PMQs to respond to growth of just 0.5 per cent in the last 12 months, Cameron replied that any growth should be welcomed amid the "global storm in the world economy". The man who once mocked Gordon Brown for blaming "global conditions" for weak growth now steals his lines."