QUESTION TIME IN FEDERAL PARLIAMENT:
WHAT WE LEARNED
* The government has doubled jail term penalties for dodgy bankers.
* Cabinet ministers and union bosses swear at people occasionally.
WHAT THE GOVERNMENT WANTED TO SPIN
The government is reducing taxes to create a better economy for all Australians.
WHAT LABOR WANTED TO TALK ABOUT
Why the prime minister is arrogant and out of touch.
THEY SAID WHAT
"Are tampons a luxury and superyachts a necessity?" - Labor deputy leader Tanya Plibersek on a Liberal MP's suggestions the GST should be taken off luxury boats.
"There was a gorilla of debt ... and we had to wrestle that gorilla to the ground." - Treasurer Scott Morrison.
"I refer to reports that health minister unleashed a torrent of expletives to a grandmother. Why did the government ignore this?" - Plibersek again.
"Sometimes ministers fall short." - Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on his health minister's language, noting the minister's apology.
@TimWattsMP #scomo talks about 'gorilla of debt' inherited! Five years later the Coalition government has doubled the debt #qt