Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Today's PMQs - Corbyn Versus Cameron

Here are the exchanges between David Cameron and Jeremy Corbyn at today's Prime Minister's Questions.

It began with some points almost everyone could agree about - commemorations for the Somme and the death of Lord Mayhew, concern on both sides about the economy and the downgrading of the UK by leading credit rating. There was also agreement that racist attacks, which have increased since last Thursday are unacceptable, must be condemned on all sides, and must be stopped.

However from there the level of disagreement increased, and it ended with DC telling Jeremy Corbyn

"It may be in my party's interest for him to sit there, it isn't in the national interest. For heaven's sake man, go!"


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