Following this morning’s European Union state of the union address, Brexit was once again high on the agenda at today’s PMQs.
Both Prime Minister Theresa May, 60, and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, 68, clashed over employment figures and poverty levels alongside the public sector pay cap.
But during their face what did Mrs May’s body language really show regarding her relationship with leader of the opposition?
Author and body language expert Judi James decoded their actions and noted Jeremy’s change in character.Related articles
SKY NEWSPicture one: Theresa May is sporting the 'praying' hand gesture
One upon a time before the her disastrous election and then the Brexit lobby Theresa May used to deal with Corbyn with a dismissive display of humour and contempt, but it's obvious from her body language signals at today's PMQ that she's no longing findin
She said: “Jeremy Corbyn finally seems to have got into his PMQs stride, using a technique that runs speedily along a sliding scale from 'calm but disappointed headmaster' to 'barking attack dog', performing the kind of frustrated anger that gained him an army of followers during the last election.
“One upon a time before the her disastrous election and then the Brexit lobby Theresa May used to deal with Corbyn with a dismissive display of humour and contempt, but it's obvious from her body language signals at today's PMQ that she's no longing finding Jeremy funny.
“Flanked by a new wing-woman in the shape of a noisy and dramatic Dawn Butler who made such a racket she was told to calm down by the Speaker, Jeremy seemed to be May's own personal Voldemort at the start of the session.
“Follow her eye-scan of the opposition benches as she kicked off jerkily and the way her gaze skipped across Corbyn suggested she might have been too scared or too disgusted to look directly in his direction.
“His own displays of anger brought out some of the old May though. Like a sleeping snake poked with a stick she rose up and came back hissing and ready to strike.”
SKY NEWSPicture two: Jeremy's attack seemed to fuel her performance
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SKY NEWSPicture three: Jeremy began his questions leaning heavily on one elbow
At the start of the session May looked tentative and faintly intimidated. Her 'praying' hand gesture across the dispatch box suggested pleading rather than attack.