Today, as ever in the House of Commons, was another sparring match between Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May.
Well, we say a sparring match, but that might be overstating Mr Corbyn's debating prowess somewhat.
The embattled Labour leader has been regularly pilloried for his perceived ineffectiveness in PMQs, and a narrow focus which avoids the key issues at hand.
Today was no exception. Mr Corbyn hammered Theresa May on schools, describing the Prime Minister's flagship grammar school initiative as a "vanity plan."
Which is all well and good, but one might suggest there were several other issues the hard-left figurehead could have touched on... notably the ongoing imbroglio over Scotland, the forthcoming triggering of Article 50 and George Osborne's bizarre decision to moonlight as a newspaper editor.
There are almost too many potential questions to choose from, but we've whittled them down to the six we'd really like the Labour leader to have asked.