What time is PMQs? When is Boris Johnson facing Keir Starmer today - and where can you watch Prime Minister’s Questions?
Sir Keir Starmer will come face to face with Boris Johnson on the day the UK coronavirus death toll could reach 50,000, having passed 49,800 on Tuesday.
What time is PMQs and where can you watch it?
PMQs starts at 12pm on Wednesday, and can be watched live on BBC Two, with political analysis on the channel starting at 11.15pm.
What will be asked?
The House of Commons went into recess before it was possible for parliamentarians to raise the question of Prime Ministers chief advisor Dominic Cummings.
Mr Cummings was reported making a trip to Durham with his family while his wife was symptomatic with coronavirus which breached the lockdown guidelines.
The UK government has also pledged to test 200,000 people a day, a target which although they say they have hit, its accuracy has been widely disputed.
It would be surprising if this was not raised by the opposition.
The killing of George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter protests will also be raised.
What happened at the last PMQs?
Sir Keir Starmer, leader of the Labour party, put pressure on Boris Johson to abandon the NHS surcharge for migrant health and social care workers to receive NHS treatment.
Faced with the growing demand from his own MPs as well as the opposition, alongside public opinion, the Prime Minister did eventually drop the charge.
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