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This week in the Commons: 2 March

6 March 2020


This week in the Commons, there were PMQS as well as urgent questions on airport expansion, breaches of the ministerial code, British citizens in foreign prisons and recent violence in India. There were three statements on Flybe, the coronavirus, and UK/US trade deal negotiating objectives.

Prime Minister's Questions

On Wednesday 4 March, MPs asked the about sick pay for victims of coronavirus, the bullying allegations levelled against the Home Secretary, policing and the peace process in Afghanistan.

Urgent Questions and Statements

There was three statements on:

There were four urgent questions on:


Opposition Day debates

Opposition Day debates on flooding and health inequalities was led by the Labour Party.

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