This afternoon's raucous debate in the House of Commons was one of the liveliest of recent months, and one which many think Chancellor George Osborne will not recover.
As MPs are set to vote on Labour's calls for a full inquiry into the banking scandal Osborne and shadow chancellor, Ed Balls, clashed after Osborne accused Ball of involvement in the Libor interest rates debacle. Balls denied any involvement and claimed Mr Osborne's "cheap and partisan" conduct "demeans the office he holds".
Balls went on to say that Mr Osborne's actions illustrated the need for an independent investigation.
Many agree, taking to Twitter to vent their outrage at the behaviour of the Chancellor, and one of Prime Minister David Cameron's closest allies: