Prime Minister's Questions: 27 June 2018

27 June 2018

The Prime Minister, Theresa May, answered MPs' questions in the House of Commons Chamber on Wednesday 27 June 2018.

The Leader of the Opposition, Jeremy Corbyn, asked about the impact of Brexit on businesses, a "no deal" Brexit, jobs after Brexit and a potential customs partnership with the European Union.

The Scottish National Party's Westminster Leader, Ian Blackford, asked about the automotive industry after Brexit and analyses of single market and customs union membership.

Transcripts of proceedings in the House of Commons Chamber are available three hours after they happen in House of Commons Hansard.

Full list of topics and questioners

Labour MP, Helen Goodman (Bishop Auckland), asked about school funding.

Conservative MP, Mr Laurence Robertson (Tewkesbury), asked about prime ministerial visits to Northern Ireland.

Conservative MP, Julian Knight (Solihull), asked about diesel vehicles and post-Brexit trade deals.

Conservative MP, James Morris (Halesowen and Rowley Regis), asked about the Black Country Fun Run.

Labour (Co op) MP, Luke Pollard (Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport), asked about civil nuclear decommissioning of submarines.

Conservative MP, Kevin Foster (Torbay), asked about the Safe Schools Declaration.

Plaid Cymru MP, Ben Lake (Ceredigion), asked about public investment in Wales.

Conservative MP, Bim Afolami (Hitchin and Harpenden), asked about provision for special educational needs.

Labour MP, Afzal Khan (Manchester, Gorton), asked about Islamophobia in the Conservative Party.

Conservative MP, Bill Grant (Ayr, Carrick and Cumnock), asked about the Ayrshire Growth Deal.

Labour MP, Mary Creagh (Wakefield), asked about the impact of Brexit on jobs and businesses.

Conservative MP, Sir Peter Bottomley (Worthing West), asked about the safety of high rise buildings.

Scottish National Party MP, Joanna Cherry (Edinburgh South West), asked about the better defence estate strategy.

Conservative MP, Greg Hands (Chelsea and Fulham), asked about Brexit trade policy.

Scottish National Party MP, Alison Thewliss (Glasgow Central), asked about insurance issues and the Glasgow School of Art fire.

Conservative MP, Heidi Allen (South Cambridgeshire), asked about rail service performance.

Liberal Democrat MP, Sir Vince Cable (Twickenham), asked about a referendum on the final Brexit deal.

Conservative MP, Johnny Mercer (Plymouth, Moor View), asked about UK military capability.

Labour (Co-op) MP, Anneliese Dodds (Oxford East), asked about customs arrangements after Brexit.

Conservative MP, Nick Boles (Granford and Stamford), asked about flags and the World Cup.

Labour MP, Laura Smith (Crewe and Nantwich), asked about the minimum wage.

Conservative MP, Marcus Fysh (Yeovil), asked about funding for public services.

Labour MP, Ian Austin (Dudley North), asked about European CO2 shortages and the brewing industry.

Conservative MP, Tim Loughton (East Worthing and Shoreham), asked about the Supreme Court ruling on civil partnerships.

Labour MP, Debbie Abrahams (Oldham East and Saddleworth), asked about the Saddleworth Moors fires.

Conservative MP, Gillian Keegan (Chichester), asked about trade after Brexit and the automotive industry.

Labour MP, Dr Paul Williams (Stockton South), asked about social care.

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