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PMQs: Cameron mustn’t get cocky

The Prime Minister had an easy time of it at his first question time since the election—but it can't go to his head

By Josh Lowe  

A rambunctious David Cameron at the despatch box today. © PA/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Today’s PMQs—the first back after the election—was somewhat overshadowed by the sombre session which followed it. There, party leaders and other MPs united in tribute to the late Lib Dem Charles Kennedy as his 10-year-old son watched in the Commons gallery, peering out impassively from under red hair like his father’s. David Cameron led the speeches: “as much as he was a man…

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