Prime Minister's Questions: 3 April 2019

03 April 2019

The Prime Minister, Theresa May, took questions from MPs on devolution in Yorkshire, Brexit negotiations and more.

Leader of the Opposition, Jeremy Corbyn, asked about poverty rates, Universal Credit, Conservative Party policy, state pensions and free tv licenses for over 75s.

The SNP's Westminster Leader, Ian Blackford, asked about the involvement of devolved Governments in Brexit.

Full list of topics and questioners

Labour MP, Mr Jim Cunningham (Coventry South), asked about NHS pensions.

Conservative MP, Sir David Amess (Southend West), asked about city status of Southend-on-sea.

Labour MP, Owen Smith (Pontypridd), asked about Brexit negotiations.

Conservative MP, Dame Cheryl Gillan (Chesham and Amersham), asked about World Autism Day.

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

Conservative MP, Nigel Adams (Selby and Ainsty), asked about step free access to Selby Railway Station.

Plaid Cymru MP, Jonathan Edwards (Carmarthen East and Dinefwr), asked about UK Government's record in Wales.

Conservative MP, Suella Braverman (Fareham), asked about mental health support.

Labour (Co-op) MP, Preet Kaur Gill (Birmingham, Edgbaston), asked about Autism support in schools.

Conservative MP, David Jones (Clwyd West), asked about the Leader of the Opposition.

SNP MP, Stewart Hosie (Dundee East), asked about Brexit negotiations.

Conservative MP, Dr Phillip Lee (Bracknell), asked about a second referendum.

Labour (Co-op) MP, Luke Pollard (Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport), asked about dismantling and defueling of submarines.

Conservative MP, Lee Rowley (North East Derbyshire), asked about the Leader of the Opposition's role in the Brexit process.

Labour MP, Martin Whitfield (East Lothian), asked about invisible disabilities and accessible toilets.

Conservative MP, Vicky Ford (Chelmsford), asked about knife crime.

DUP MP, Jim Shannon (Strangford), asked about Brexit options.

Conservative MP, Dr Julian Lewis (New Forest East), asked about Brexit negotiations.

Labour (Co-op) MP, Stephen Doughty (Cardiff South and Penarth), asked about South Wales Police and capital funding.

Conservative MP, Dr Caroline Johnson (Sleaford and North Hykeham), asked about Brexit negotiations.

Labour MP, Naz Shah (Bradford West), asked about Islamophobia in the Conservative Party.

Conservative MP, Sir Henry Bellingham (North West Norfolk), asked about Northern Ireland veterans.

Labour MP, Karin Smyth (Bristol South), asked about school funding.

Conservative MP, Sir Christopher Chope (Christchurch), asked about a no-deal Brexit.

SNP MP, Kirsty Blackman (Aberdeen North), asked about freedom of movement post-Brexit.

Conservative MP, Nicky Morgan (Loughborough), Team GB and the Special Olympics.

Labour MP, John Grogan (Keighley), asked about devolution in Yorkshire.

Conservative MP, James Cleverly (Braintree), asked about drug abuse.

Conservative MP, Nigel Evans (Ribble Valley), asked about participation in the European Parliament.

Conservative MP, Kevin Hollinrake (Thirsk and Malton), asked about devolution in Yorkshire.

Liberal Democrat Leader, Sir Vince Cable (Twickenham), asked about Brexit.

Conservative MP, Rachel Maclean (Redditch), asked about Redditch.

Independent MP, Nick Boles (Grantham and Stamford), asked about Brexit negotiation red lines.

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