Under the circumstances, I though Hoon did rather well.(Original post by CombineHarvester)
Hoon spent half the time saying "I agree with George on this" after George owned him and then after Hoon finishes George owns him again despite Hoon trying to agree with George
Sayeeda resorted to ad homme tactics against George which the audience did not appreciate (bar the Tory supporters) and does anyone else find her hair very strange? Mid parting or something.
George Galloway was his usual, ridiculous, populistic self.