Philip Davies did very well in a hostile climate, with feminist Labour and SNP MPs - some of them men - doing all they could to derail the debate.
The female Deputy Speaker was in place for this debate and the preceding one. The IMD debate was scheduled for 14:30 - 17:00, two and a half hours. She permitted feminists to filibuster for over an hour at the end of the preceding debate, reducing the time available for the IMD debate from 150 to only 83 minutes, by not extending the debate beyond 17:00.
Attendance on the government benches (in particular) was woeful. By their absence, the overwhelming majority of MPs - of all parties, male and female - showed utter contempt for 48% of their voters.
A commentary on key contributions to the debate (with timings) is here:
A particularly woeful contribution was made by Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh (SNP, Ochil and South Perthshire), 51:33 - 1:00:37. Another was by Paula Sherriff (L, Dewsbury), the Shadow MInister for Women and Equalities 1:00:38 - 1:11:03 who in the space of just 164 seconds 1:08:29 - 1:11:03 made herself a strong contender for our Whiny / Gormless / Lying / Toxic Feminist of the Month awards.