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May's First Prime Minister's Questions

Scott Thomas

20th July 2016

Yesterday saw Prime Minister May take to the dispatch box in the House of Commons to complete her first instalment of Prime Minister's Questions. Theresa May proved her ability to handle a sombre chamber during the Trident debate on Monday, but appeared to make quite an impression in the Commons on Wednesday as she took questions from Jeremy Corbyn and backbenchers.

The first video here is the session in full whilst the second one is just the back and forth between the Prime Minister and Jeremy Corbyn.

Full Session
May v Corbyn

Scott Thomas

Scott is Subject Lead for History at Tutor2u, and works full time as a teacher of History. He has examined for Edexcel and holds a joint degree in History and Politics from Newcastle University

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