WATCH: Theresa May's 'maniacal' laugh goes viral
Theresa May's unusual laugh at Prime Minister's Question was the subject of social media speculation and derision.
The Prime Minister threw back her head and shook her shoulders as she laughed at Jeremy Corbyn when he said: "The text Mr. Speaker said there was a memorandum of understanding, the PM said there was no deal, she is now unclear about this".
The Labour leader was accusing her of being "unclear" over whether there was a "sweetheart deal" with Surrey Council.
Many have accused her of feigning a 'pantomime' or staged laugh, although others have said it just may have been the first time she has laughed in public.
During PMQs she hinted that there could be more money for carers in the forthcoming Budget.
She also vehemently denied there were any special deals for Surrey when asked by Jeremy Corbyn.
Mrs May said: "If he is to uncover a conspiracy, I suggest he just looks behind him".
Seemingly content with her response, the Labour Leader moved on to ask about schooling.