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Prime Minister's Question Time

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Riverwalk Wed 14-Sep-16 12:48:04

I've just watched this all the way through for the first time in ages - must say Jezza did really well and TM was surprisingly hesitant.

Amanda Rudd scowled throughout and Boris seemed thoroughly bored!

TriciaF Wed 14-Sep-16 14:13:12

Sorry - didn't see your post. I've just posted something on the other thread about it.

Anniebach Wed 14-Sep-16 14:59:11

He put effort into it this week and he was speaking on a policy the whole party agrees with, which made a change. Perhaps he has woken up to the fact a leader needs to have support from the MPs as well as party members .

But I question what has been plotted, McDonald was on the news being so humble , how he is willing to learn ,I do not trust this man , pity because I even warmed a little towards Corbyn at PMQ

TriciaF Wed 14-Sep-16 18:16:12

When Cameron was PM he 'dealt with' Corbyn by ridiculing him and refusing to answer his questions. Corbyn didn't react by descending to the same level.
Thank goodness Theresa May is a more charitable person, so Corbyn is able to show his strengths.

TriciaF Wed 14-Sep-16 18:18:41

ps you're right about Amanda Rudd scowling and Boris looking bored, I thought that too. I watched the last half hour or so then the Andrew Neal bit.

Riverwalk Wed 14-Sep-16 18:21:05

Sorry, that should be Amber Rudd.

durhamjen Wed 14-Sep-16 22:44:01

She didn't really answer his questions, though, did she?

durhamjen Wed 14-Sep-16 23:18:33

This is brilliant, John Crace's dissection of PMQs, or rather of the PM.