2.40pm: Earlier on I said a narrow win for David Cameron. Other observers are suggesting a pretty conclusive win for the Tory leader. A journalist from the BBC has just used the word "triumph" to me! Ben Brogan has a good post looking at what went wrong for Brown.
Editor’s view: "A narrow win for David Cameron – mainly because of GB’s silly defence on Hizb ut-Tahrir that he’d only been in the job for five days. John Reid’s intervention almost belittled the new PM. This is a tricky time for David Cameron. He cannot go for Brown’s jugular in the way he would if we did not have the security scares. Overall Nick Robinson says that the Tory MPs have a spring in their step after PMQs. A good PMQs for Ming, too, because of that joke."
12.27pm: James Gray repeats Rob Wilson’s complaint that the Defence Secretary should not share his workload by also having to be SoS for Scotland.
12.18pm: Rob Wilson asks why the Defence Secretary is now a part-time job. Brown responds with a lame joke.
12.17pm: John Reid urges Brown not to be rushed into precipitate bans on organisations like Hizb ut-Tahrir.
12.17pm: Ming uses his second question to encourage Brown to reverse Government support for nuclear power stations and to abolish council tax.
12.16pm: Best joke so far… Brown says that his door is always open to the Leader of the LibDems… Ming responds by saying that Brown’s door is more like a trap door!
12.15pm: Ming Campbell calls for a fresh start from Brown on withdrawing from Iraq, the BAe arms deal and the one-sided extradition deal with the USA.
12.12pm: The Prime Minister gets the last word in response to DC’s sixth summarising question by encouraging the Tories to support the spending that will be necessary for security and says that the best message that Parliament can send out to terrorists is bipartisan resolve.
12.09pm: GB promises to consider DC’s recommendation of a national border police force. In the spirit of bipartisanship he urges DC to embrace ID cards and quotes Dame Pauline Neville-Jones’ alleged support for them. DC responds by quoting Alistair Darling’s historical opposition to ID cards.
12.07pm: DC presses GB again – saying that this is an organisation that has supported the killing of Jews. GB says that he’s only been in the job five days. Cameron says the Government promised to outlaw Hizb ut-Tahrir two years ago.
12.05pm: DC urges the PM to outlaw extremist organisations like Hizb ut-Tahrir. A plea he made a year ago. Gordon Brown fails to answer the question.
12.04pm: David Cameron encourages the Government to authorise the use of intercept evidence. The PM promises co-operation with the Opposition on the issue.
12.01pm: Daniel Kawczynski MP asks Gordon Brown his first PMQs question on the status of Shropshire as a unitary authority.
11.59am: Andrew Neil hands over to live coverage in the Commons and says ‘We do not want to miss ANY of this historic occasion?’ What could he be meaning?
11.45am: Nigel Griffiths MP tells the Daily Politics that Gordon Brown does have a sense of humour and recounts a joke that he made at Nicholas Ridley’s expense in the late 1980s. Andrew Neil says that was twenty years ago – has he said anything funny since?!