The Prime Minister rejects the suggestion that Donald Trump ordered the UK to join airstrikes against the Assad regime’s chemical weapons facilities.
The Chancellor dismisses the Opposition as “Eeyores” while declaring himself “positively tigger-like” about the prospects for the economy.
“We have led the way in securing tough sanctions against the Russian economy…We must now stand ready to take much more extensive measures.”
“Labour: wrong, wrong, wrong,” May declared at Prime Minister’s Questions.
They will “come into force after the conclusion of the implementation period”, the Prime Minister told the Commons.
The Defence Secretary made the remark in his first Commons outing in his new role.
The Foreign Secretary seeks to clarify his remarks.
“All of us in this House should have due care and attention to the way in which we refer to other people.”
The negotiations are complicated and deeply technical, but in the end they are about people – and I am determine that we will put people first.”
At Prime Minister’s Questions, Philip Davies asked her about Corbyn’s policy of ruling out no-deal.
“Henry VIII was a bastard, but he was my kind of bastard.”
The MP for Don Valley faces heckling from her own Party’s benches while making the case to honour the referendum.
“We both value public services. The difference is, on this side of the House we know you have to pay for them.”
The two clashed over Brexit.
The Prime Minister mounted a defence of the Government’s record on the public finances.