What time is PMQs today? How to watch live as Boris Johnson faces Sir Keir Starmer at Prime Minister’s Questions
Boris Johnson will likely come under scrutiny for his government’s short-notice introduction of quarantine rules for Spain visitors.
When is the next PMQs?
The next Prime Minister’s Questions will take place today (July 1) at 12pm.
PMQs takes place at 12pm every Wednesday when the House of Commons is in session.
Where can I watch Prime Minister’s Questions?
You can watch PMQs live in full on BBC Parliament here.
If you are unable to watch live you can catch up with previous PMQs here.
What happened at the last PMQs?
Last week the duo jousted over the importance of national security following the release of the Russia report.
Mr Starmer said: "I want to ask the Prime Minister about the extremely serious report by the Intelligence and Security Committee.
"It concludes that Russia poses an immediate and urgent threat to our national security and is engaged in a range of activities that includes espionage, interfering in democratic processes and serious crime.
"The Prime Minister received that report 10 months ago. Given that the threat is described as immediate and urgent why on earth did the Prime Minister sit on that report for so long?"
Mr Johnson replied: "The right honourable gentleman opposite (Sir Keir Starmer) sat on his hands and said nothing while the Labour Party parroted the line of the Kremlin when people in this country were poisoned at the orders of Vladimir Putin."