"Europe needs a proper growth plan, which this prime minister has failed to argue for," said Ed Miliband at PMQs today.
It is a tricky one for David Cameron to come back to, you see. The prime minister, of course, has a role to play in the eurozone crisis. But with a new French president and worsening situations in Spain and Greece, it's all a bit, well, up in the air.
It means that Cameron's response must be broadly supportive. But, on the specifics, he can only pluck from the UK.
The PM noted that the French president does not back Labour on "more spending and more debt".
It was a simple 'shoot back across the despatch box'.
Surprisingly, there was little on Murdoch. A joke from Ed (and a funnier reply from David), but it seems that the opposition has realised that the public care more about the economy, nursing and policing.
"I'm sure a text message and a 'LOL' will go down very well," said Miliband of Cameron's relationship with Hollande.
Cameron was ready for that though: "I may have been overusing my mobile phone, but at least as prime minister I know how to use my mobile phone rather than throwing it at the people who work for me."
Overall, it was an austerity-off. Labour obviously want to use their European growth strategy (with support from the likes of Blair and Mandy) to restore economic credibility, and Ed Miliband's line of attack today was probably an indication of their direction of travel.