Prime Minister's Questions: 16 January 2019

16 January 2019

On Wednesday 16 January, Prime Minister Theresa May answered MPs' questions on the Government's Brexit deal, public sector funding and the Government's 'red lines' on Brexit.

Leader of the Opposition, Jeremy Corbyn, asked about a potential customs union with the European Union, the Government's position on a no deal Brexit, levels of poverty, education funding, policing and confidence in the Government.

The Scottish National Party's Westminster Leader, Ian Blackford, asked about the Prime Minister's 'Plan B' and a second referendum on the European Union.  

Full list of topics and questioners

Conservative MP, Charlie Elphicke (Dover) asked about the Government's record.

Conservative MP, Mr Robert Goodwill (Scarborough and Whitby) asked about the Northern Powerhouse.

Conservative MP, Jeremy Lefroy (Stafford) asked about fairer funding for the NHS.

Labour MP, Peter Kyle (Hove) asked about a referendum on the Government's Brexit deal.

Conservative MP, Trudy Harrison (Copeland) asked about the nuclear industry in Cumbria.

Labour (Co-op) MP Seema Malhotra (Feltham and Heston) asked about the Government's 'red lines' in Brexit negotiations.

Conservative MP, Mrs Helen Grant (Maidstone and The Weald) asked about public perceptions of politics on Brexit.

Labour MP, Dr Roberta Blackman-Woods (City of Durham) asked about public health funding in Durham.

Conservative MP, Kenneth Clarke (Rushcliffe) asked about the Government's 'red lines' in Brexit negotiations.

Labour MP, Grahame Morris (Easington) asked about derelict housing.

Conservative MP, Tracey Crouch (Chatham and Aylesford) asked about apprenticeships.

Labour MP, Yasmin Qureshi (Bolton South East) asked about Primados.

Conservative MP, Phillip Lee (Bracknell) asked about the Government's Brexit deal.

SNP MP, Stewart Malcolm McDonald (Glasgow South) asked about the Government's Brexit deal.

Conservative MP, Rehman Chishti (Gillingham and Rainham) asked about persecution of Christians.

Labour MP, Mr Ronnie Campbell (Blyth Valley) asked about in work poverty.

Conservative MP, Martin Vickers (Cleethorpes) asked about negotiations with the European Union.

Labour MP, Sir David Crausby (Bolton North East) asked about crime in Bolton.

Conservative MP, Nicky Morgan (Loughborough) asked about building a parliamentary consensus on Brexit.

SNP MP, Carol Monaghan (Glasgow North West) asked about EU citizens' rights.

Conservative MP, Gillian Keegan (Chichester) asked about business and Brexit.

Labour MP, Ian C. Lucas (Wrexham) asked about trade with Japan.

Conservative MP, Kirstene Hair (Angus) asked about RM Condor barracks in Angus.

Liberal Democrat MP, Sir Vince Cable (Twickenham) asked about cross-party work on Brexit.

Conservative MP, Dr Sarah Wollaston (Totnes) asked about extension of Article 50 and a second referendum.

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