The decision on lifting the remainder of lockdown will be based on many factors. But that’s the question at the heart of it.
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“This House needs to know first…once again, we see Downing Street running roughshod over members of parliament”.
“He was, without doubt, the father of the nation. He will surely be missed and impossible to replace.”
He attacked the SNP for wanting the poor, hard-pressed taxpayer “to pay for more and more and more”.
The unenviable role of humourless teacher trying to discipline an impudent schoolboy was played by the Leader of the Opposition.
The questions are posed with a ponderousness that recalls Polonius as his most sententious: too much evidence, too little wit.
The Speaker announces the end to the second part of the process of leaving the European Union.
It’s two day’s debate only for the Brexit Trade Bill as the Speaker urges MPs to stay away from Westminster.
That’s two days for Commons, Lords and Royal Assent. Virtual participation is being encouraged. Seventy-five per cent of MPs have a proxy vote.