Prime Minister's Questions: 24 July 2019

24 July 2019

In her final Prime Minister's Questions, many MPs paid tribute to Theresa May and she answered questions on her successor, modern slavery and more.

The Leader of the Opposition, Jeremy Corbyn, asked about funding cuts, the Prime Minister's legacy, Brexit and homelessness.

The Scottish National Party's Westminster Leader, Ian Blackford, asked about her successor and preventing the suspension of Parliament during the Brexit process.

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

Full list of topics and questioners

Labour MP, Ruth Cadbury (Brentford and Isleworth), asked about the new Conservative leader, Boris Johnson.

Conservative MP, Bob Blackman (Harrow East), asked about prevention led policies.

Conservative MP, Glyn Davies (Montgomeryshire), asked about electoral reform and Welsh voters overseas.

Conservative MP, Mrs Pauline Latham (Mid Derbyshire), asked about funding for cycling and walking projects and the Derwent Valley Cycleway.

Labour MP, Chi Onwurah (Newcastle upon Tyne Central), asked about WASPI women.

Conservative MP, Michael Fabricant (Lichfield), asked about the economic performance of the region governed by the West Midlands Combined Authority.

Labour MP, Kevin Brennan (Cardiff West), asked about Boris Johnson.

Conservative MP, Sir Patrick McLoughlin (Derbyshire Dales), asked about economic progress and government borrowing.

Labour MP, Yasmin Qureshi (Bolton South East), asked about the recommendations in the Education Select Committee's ten-year plan for school and college funding.

Conservative MP, Mrs Helen Grant (Maidstone and The Weald) asked about tackling domestic violence.

SNP MP, John McNally (Falkirk), asked about the investigation into the deaths of serving armed forces abroad, and a constituency case.

Conservative MP, Alistair Burt (North East Bedfordshire) about tackling misinformation related to vaccination.

Liberal Democrat MP, Tom Brake (Carshalton and Wallington), asked about the rise of nationalism in politics.

Conservative MP, Keith Simpson (Broadland), asked what advice the Prime Minister would give to her successor.

Labour MP, Vernon Coaker (Gedling), asked about modern slavery policy.

Conservative MP, Dame Caroline Spelman (Meriden), asked about ending modern slavery.

Labour (Co-op) MP, Mr Paul Sweeney (Glasgow North East), asked industrial strategy and the closure businesses in his constituency.

Conservative MP, Mr Charles Walker (Broxbourne) asked about mental health reform

Labour MP, Mr Clive Betts (Sheffield South East), asked about the status of EU Citizens in the UK after Brexit.

Conservative MP, Sir John Hayes MP (South Holland and The Deepings) asked about employment levels.

Independent MP, Ian Austin (Dudley North), asked about policing levels and crime.

Conservative MP, Victoria Prentis (Banbury), asked about aid to Syria.

DUP MP, Nigel Dodds (Belfast North) asked about Northern Ireland and the Open.

Conservative MP, Jacob Rees-Mogg (North East Somerset) thanked the Prime Minister for her public service.

Liberal Democrat Leader, Jo Swinson (East Dunbartonshire), asked about inspiring women.

Conservative MP, Helen Whately (Faversham and Mid Kent) asked about making the UK the best place in the world to be a woman.

Labour MP, Yvette Cooper (Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford)  asked about preventing no-deal Brexit.

Conservative MP, Dame Cheryl Gillan (Chesham and Amersham) asked about the stigmatisation of autism.

Labour MP, Harriet Harman (Camberwell and Peckham) commended the Prime Minister's record on modern slavery.

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