PMQs: What time are they today, can I watch on BBC and how will Liz Truss perform when she faces Keir Starmer?
The weekly question session has come around once again
Prime Minister Liz Truss will be back facing questions in the House of Commons today following what has been yet another turbulent week in her still short time as the nation’s leader Today’s questions will be the first faced by the Prime Minister since the new chancellor Jeremy Hunt announced a u-turn in many aspects of the mini-budget laid out by his predecessor Kwasi Kwarteng.
PMQs is an opportunity for MPs to raise points about matters of government work to the Prime Minister. With pressure building on Ms Truss each day and with Labour’s lead in the polls continuing to increase, today’s questions look set to be another defining chapter in her premiership.
If you want to follow proceedings at the House of Commons, here’s all you need to know about what time the questions will get underway and how you can watch them unfold live.
When are Prime Ministers Questions?
Prime Minister’s Questions get underway within the House of Commons at 12pm each Wednesday afternoon. The session lasts around 30 minutes, usually finishing at around 12.30pm with the Prime Minister facing questions from opposition MPs including Keir Starmer, leader of the Labour Party..
How to watch Prime Minister’s Questions
Today’s Prime Minister’s Questions can be viewed through our sister site NationalWorld by watching NWTV.