Prime Minister's Questions Schedule

Week of July 22 through July 29

All times and durations are subject to change

Sunday, July 25
8:58 PM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 49 min. Question TimeDebbie Abrahams; Ian Blackford; Richard Burgon; Lisa Cameron; Rehman Chishti; Theo Clarke; Rosie Cooper; Alberto Costa; David Davis; Jeffrey Donaldson; Natalie Elphicke; Margaret Ferrier; Sally-Ann Hart; Lindsay Hoyle; Boris Johnson; Cherilyn Mackrory; Sarah Olney; Selaine Saxby; Cat Smith; Keir Starmer; Stephen Timms; Bill Wiggin; Alun "Craig" Craig WilliamsBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson fielded questions from members of the House of Commons on a ... British Prime Minister Boris Johnson fielded questions from members of the House of Commons on a range of domestic and foreign affairs issues. He was asked about the U.K. government’s coronavirus vaccination efforts, housing access, economic development and education policy. Prime Minister Johnson was participating virtually after entering self-isolation due to contact with the British health secretary, who tested positive for COVID-19. At the start of the session, House of Commons Speaker Lindsay Hoyle marked the 60th anniversary of the first Prime Minister’s Questions.
Monday, July 26
12:00 AM EDT on C-SPANApprox. 49 min. Question TimeDebbie Abrahams; Ian Blackford; Richard Burgon; Lisa Cameron; Rehman Chishti; Theo Clarke; Rosie Cooper; Alberto Costa; David Davis; Jeffrey Donaldson; Natalie Elphicke; Margaret Ferrier; Sally-Ann Hart; Lindsay Hoyle; Boris Johnson; Cherilyn Mackrory; Sarah Olney; Selaine Saxby; Cat Smith; Keir Starmer; Stephen Timms; Bill Wiggin; Alun "Craig" Craig WilliamsBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson fielded questions from members of the House of Commons on a ... British Prime Minister Boris Johnson fielded questions from members of the House of Commons on a range of domestic and foreign affairs issues. He was asked about the U.K. government’s coronavirus vaccination efforts, housing access, economic development and education policy. Prime Minister Johnson was participating virtually after entering self-isolation due to contact with the British health secretary, who tested positive for COVID-19. At the start of the session, House of Commons Speaker Lindsay Hoyle marked the 60th anniversary of the first Prime Minister’s Questions.