Jeremy Corbyn was cheered as he rose to make his first statement at Prime Minister's Questions, before proceeding to ask questions sent in by members of the public.
The new Labour leader said he had received 40,000 questions after putting the call out, and suggested the question-and-answer session should be done differently in future.
He said he had received many on the housing crisis, and asked the Prime Minister what was being done to make more affordable homes.
Before answering, David Cameron welcomed Mr Corbyn to the front bench and said he hoped they could work together in the national interest where possible.
Senior Labour figures have privately pledged support for military intervention, reports say.
Richard Burgon MP as commentary on the Jeremy Corbyn's first Prime Minister's Questions as the Labour leader.
Jeremy Corbyn raised queries sent to him by members of the public in his first Prime Minister's Questions today.