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First virtual Prime Minister's Questions

First virtual Prime Minister’s Questions

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First virtual Prime Minister’s Questions – 12:00 

UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab is to lead the first Prime Minister’s Question Time since Parliament returned from an extended Easter recess due to coronavirus. This is Sir Keir Starmer’s first PMQs as Labour Leader.

Dominic Raab: 69 NHS workers died after testing positive. As a govt continue to take right measures at right time and are guided by science. Confident govt will meet target of 100,000 Covid-19 tests a day by the end of the month. Getting PPE where it needs to be is a massive international challenge that every country faces.

Sir Keir Starmer: govt not making full use of its testing capacity and the UK has been ‘very slow’ on testing. UK ‘way behind’

This has got to be a historic occasion.  For the first time we won’t see MPs in a crowd in the Chamber. So, vying for attention and wearing their best takes a different journey.

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