What time is PMQs today? PM Rishi Sunak faces Sir Keir Starmer
Today is prime minister Rishi Sunak’s second-ever PMQs. He gave a lively performance at his very first session and all eyes will be on him as Sir Keir is set to grill him on some pressing topics.
Here’s what you can expect from this week’s PMQs.
What time is PMQs today?
PMQs will take place on Wednesday 2 November, starting as always as midday from the House of Commons.
The session will last around half an hour.
How to watch PMQs?
You can follow along with live BLOG Updates here.
Or watch on Youtube.
What will this week’s PMQs focus on?
The issue of Suella Bravernman’s return to the cabinet is likely to be a big discussion point.
Braverman was re-appointed as Home Secretary, just days after Liz Truss had sacked her for committing two breaches of the ministerial code.
Without authorisation, Braverman sent a draft immigration policy to Tory backbencher Sir John Hayes from a personal email address, inadvertently also sending it to a staff member of another Conservative MP.
It’s likely they’ll be some jabs at the Tories over former health secretary Matt Hancock joining the reality TV show – I’m A Celebrity.
It could be a bit of an embarrassment for the PM.
Matt Hancock was suspended from the parliamentary Conservative Party after the news broke.
Many Covid-bereaved families are outraged that Hancock is “cashing in” on Covid.