Prime Minister's Questions: 28 March 2018

28 March 2018

Prime Minister, Theresa May, answered questions from MPs in the House of Commons Chamber on Wednesday 28 March 2018.

The Leader of the Opposition, Jeremy Corbyn, asked about the deaths of Connor Sparrowhawk and Teresa Colvin and Southern Health NHS Trust, numbers of mental health nurses, funding for mental health services, mental health services for children and young people,

Ian Blackford, leader of the SNP in Westminster, asked about political campaign spending.

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

Conservative MP, Mike Wood (Dudley South) asked about Dudley Council and Council Tax.

Labour MP, Nick Thomas-Symonds (Torfaen) asked about industrial heritage.

Conservative MP, Peter Heaton-Jones (North Devon) asked about Brexit negotiations.

Labour MP, Mike Amesbury (Weaver Vale) asked about local council funding.

Conservative MP, Trudy Harrison (Copeland) asked about maternity services. 

Labour MP, Ruth George (High Peak) asked about families in poverty and school meals.

Conservative MP, David Morris (Morecambe and Lunesdale) asked about data breaches at Labour headquarters.

Democratic Unionist Party MP, Jim Shannon (Strangford) asked about persecuted Christians around the world.

Conservative MP, Chris Philp (Croydon South) asked about incentives for first time buyers.
Labour (Co-op) MP, Ged Killen (Rutherglen and Hamilton West) asked about same sex marriage in Northern Ireland.

Conservative MP, Lucy Allan (Telford) asked about investment in hospitals services in Telford.

Scottish National Party MP, Alan Brown (Kilmarnock and Loudoun) asked about data mining and the EU Referendum.

Conservative MP, Michelle Donelan (Chippenham) asked about mental health and young people.

Conservative MP, Craig Mackinlay (South Thanet) asked about dental health services.

Conservative MP, Edward Argar (Charnwood) asked about young people and the armed forces.

Green MP, Caroline Lucas (Brighton) asked about the recent Cambridge Analytica allegations.

Conservative MP, Kenneth Clarke (Rushcliffe) asked about the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

Labour MP, Lisa Nandy (Wigan) asked about child abuse and child migration programmes.

Conservative MP, Caroline Spelman (Meridan) asked about Yazidi women.

Scottish National Party MP, Joanna Cherry (Edinburgh South West) asked about a local constituent case.

Conservative MP, Zac Goldsmith (Richmond Park) asked about the John Worboys case.

Labour MP, Jack Dromey (Birmingham Erdington) asked about GKN.

Conservative MP, Peter Bottomley (Worthing West) asked about racial hatred.

Labour MP, Liz Twist (Blaydon) asked about the new UK passport contract.

Conservative MP, Phillip Hollobone (Kettering) asked about Northamptonshire County Council and fire services.

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