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PMQs summary (3 Jul, 2019)

Today in PMQs, Jeremy Corbyn revealed his preference for a second public vote on Brexit, telling Theresa May that the government should "go back to the people and let them decide."

No-deal would be harmful, say industry representatives

Two manufacturing think tanks report a correlation between politicians publicly contemplating a no-deal Brexit and decreased overseas custom and job vacancies. After Karen Lee, Labour MP for Lincoln, expressed similar fears earlier this week in PMQs, we asked her for further thoughts.

PMQs summary (26 Jun, 2019)

PMQs today focused on the UK’s facilitation of Saudi Arabia’s ability to wage war in the Yemen conflict.

PMQs summary (19 Jun, 2019)

PMQs this week saw discussion centred around Grenfell and fire safety.

Anna McMorrin MP: PM's net zero target "welcome" but more "fundamental" change is needed

Today, Prime Minister Theresa May announced a government target of net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. Anna McMorrin, Labour MP for Cardiff North offered us her thoughts.

Andy Slaughter MP: "Companies like Babylon need to be servant rather than master"

Writing for The Parliamentary Review, Andy Slaughter MP argues that Babylon's GP at Hand service is a large risk to the sustainability of Hammersmith and Fulham CCG.

Theresa May speaks in France on 75th anniversary of D-Day

Prime Minister Theresa May was present in Normandy on Thursday as she thanked veterans at a ceremony commemorating the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings.

PMQs Summary (5 June, 2019)

D-Day commemorations meant that the prime minister Theresa May and opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn weren’t in attendance at today’s session. In their place were the PM’s deputy, David Lidington, and Labour frontbencher Rebecca Long-Bailey, seen by many as a potential successor to Corbyn.

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