Prime Minister's Questions Schedule

Week of October 24 through October 31

All times and durations are subject to change

Sunday, October 25
8:56 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 37 min. Question TimeIan Blackford; Bob Blackman; Crispin Blunt; Robert "Rob" Butler; Daisy Cooper; Janet Daby; Edward Davey; Joanna "Jo" Mary Gideon; Lilian Greenwood; Helen Hayes; Philip Hollobone; George Howarth; Lindsay Hoyle; Rupa Huq; Andrea Jenkyns; Boris Johnson; Stephen Metcalfe; Robin Millar; Sarah Olney; Sarah Owen; Keir Starmer; Gary Streeter; Julian Sturdy; Edward Timpson; Catherine WestBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson fielded questions from members in the House of Commons on the ... British Prime Minister Boris Johnson fielded questions from members in the House of Commons on the government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic. Several members, including the Labour Party Leader Keir Starmer, pressed the prime minister over his new tiered COVID-19 measures in the wake of a surge in positive cases across the U.K. Mr. Starmer said the prime minister’s strictest measure, Tier 3, was a “gateway to months of agony” for businesses and that he had no clear exit strategy for communities to bounce back.
Monday, October 26
12:02 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 37 min. Question TimeIan Blackford; Bob Blackman; Crispin Blunt; Robert "Rob" Butler; Daisy Cooper; Janet Daby; Edward Davey; Joanna "Jo" Mary Gideon; Lilian Greenwood; Helen Hayes; Philip Hollobone; George Howarth; Lindsay Hoyle; Rupa Huq; Andrea Jenkyns; Boris Johnson; Stephen Metcalfe; Robin Millar; Sarah Olney; Sarah Owen; Keir Starmer; Gary Streeter; Julian Sturdy; Edward Timpson; Catherine WestBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson fielded questions from members in the House of Commons on the ... British Prime Minister Boris Johnson fielded questions from members in the House of Commons on the government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic. Several members, including the Labour Party Leader Keir Starmer, pressed the prime minister over his new tiered COVID-19 measures in the wake of a surge in positive cases across the U.K. Mr. Starmer said the prime minister’s strictest measure, Tier 3, was a “gateway to months of agony” for businesses and that he had no clear exit strategy for communities to bounce back.