Prime Minister's Questions Schedule

Week of November 24 through December 1

All times and durations are subject to change

Thursday, November 24
5:33 AM EST on RadioApprox. 34 min. Question TimeNigel Adams; Paul Beresford; Ian Blackford; Olivia Blake; Sara Britcliffe; Amy Callaghan; Edward Davey; Allan Dorans; Ruth Edwards; Jonathan Gullis; Lindsay Hoyle; Jeremy R. S. Hunt; Caroline Johnson M.D.; Gareth Johnson; Christopher "Chris" Murray Alexander Law; Angus Brendan MacNeil; Theresa May; Edward Miliband; Kirsten Oswald; John Penrose; Dominic Raab; Angela Rayner; Keir Starmer; Rishi Sunak; Craig Tracey; Philippa Whitford“The prime minister has every right to oppose independence, he has no right to oppose ... “The prime minister has every right to oppose independence, he has no right to oppose democracy,” said Ian Blackford, leader of the Scottish National Party, as he criticized the United Kingdom’s Supreme Court for blocking an independence referendum voted on by the people of Scotland. His comments came as British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak answered questions from members of the House of Commons on a range of domestic and international issues that aid to Ukraine, mortgage rates, energy prices, and health care investment.
Sunday, November 27
8:58 PM EST on C-SPANApprox. 33 min. Question TimeNigel Adams; Paul Beresford; Ian Blackford; Olivia Blake; Sara Britcliffe; Amy Callaghan; Edward Davey; Allan Dorans; Ruth Edwards; Jonathan Gullis; Lindsay Hoyle; Jeremy R. S. Hunt; Caroline Johnson M.D.; Gareth Johnson; Christopher "Chris" Murray Alexander Law; Angus Brendan MacNeil; Theresa May; Edward Miliband; Kirsten Oswald; John Penrose; Dominic Raab; Angela Rayner; Keir Starmer; Rishi Sunak; Craig Tracey; Philippa Whitford“The prime minister has every right to oppose independence, he has no right to oppose ... “The prime minister has every right to oppose independence, he has no right to oppose democracy,” said Ian Blackford, leader of the Scottish National Party, as he criticized the United Kingdom’s Supreme Court for blocking an independence referendum voted on by the people of Scotland. His comments came as British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak answered questions from members of the House of Commons on a range of domestic and international issues that aid to Ukraine, mortgage rates, energy prices, and health care investment. 11:58 PM EST on C-SPANApprox. 33 min. Question TimeNigel Adams; Paul Beresford; Ian Blackford; Olivia Blake; Sara Britcliffe; Amy Callaghan; Edward Davey; Allan Dorans; Ruth Edwards; Jonathan Gullis; Lindsay Hoyle; Jeremy R. S. Hunt; Caroline Johnson M.D.; Gareth Johnson; Christopher "Chris" Murray Alexander Law; Angus Brendan MacNeil; Theresa May; Edward Miliband; Kirsten Oswald; John Penrose; Dominic Raab; Angela Rayner; Keir Starmer; Rishi Sunak; Craig Tracey; Philippa Whitford“The prime minister has every right to oppose independence, he has no right to oppose ... “The prime minister has every right to oppose independence, he has no right to oppose democracy,” said Ian Blackford, leader of the Scottish National Party, as he criticized the United Kingdom’s Supreme Court for blocking an independence referendum voted on by the people of Scotland. His comments came as British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak answered questions from members of the House of Commons on a range of domestic and international issues that aid to Ukraine, mortgage rates, energy prices, and health care investment.