PMQs: Summary & Videos

The cheering, jeering and barracking edition.

Miliband: Greece, Italy, recapitalisation of banks and an agenda for growth. ‘Which powers and when’ will they be repatriated? He also raised Clegg’s statement that no powers would ever be repatriated while he was in government. He pushed the question of who speaks for the government, Clegg or Cameron.  Cameron called him “a complete mug”.

Did your MP speak?
Luciana Berger, Lab Co-op, Liverpool Wavertree; Bernard Jenkin, Con, Harwich & North Essex; Sir Peter Tapsell, Father of the House, Louth & Horncastle; Angela Smith, Lab, Penistone & Stocksbridge; Mark Pawsey, Con, Rugby; Sandra Osborne, Lab, Ayr, Carrick & Cumnock; Gavin Barwell, Con, Croydon Central; John McDonald, Lab, Hayes & Harlington; Duncan Hames, LibDem, Chippenham; Paul Blomfield, Lab, Sheffield Central; Karen Lumley, Con, Redditch; Gloria de Piero, Lab, Ashfield; Nadine Dorries, Con, Mid-Bedfordshire; Jeffrey Donaldson, DUP, Lagan Valley; Stephen Lloyd, LibDem, Eastbourne; David Hanson, Lab, Delyn; Mary MacLeod, Con, Brentford & Isleworth; Alison McGovern, Lab, Wirral South; Ed Timpson, Con, Crewe & Nantwich; Unknown, Lab, xxx?   Harriet Baldwin, Con, Karen Buck, Lab, Westminster North; Andrew Bridgen, Con, North West Leicestershire; Jamie Reed, Lab, Copeland, Shadow Health Minister; Heather Wheeler, Con, South Derbyshire; Debbie Abrahams, Lab, Oldham East & Saddleworth; Tom Brake, LibDem, Carshalton & Wallington.

Topics raised:
Hillsborough; Merkel/EU/Clegg/treaty change; hysteria; regional funding; regeneration of the high street & housing; Stuart Walker murder; sentencing for drug driving; exploitation of QE by some banks; funding cuts to CAB; Sheffield Research Centre/GDP; pupil premium/national funding formula; women negative to government; incinerator in Mid-Beds/people against it; overseas aid/persecution of Christians; apprenticeship schemes; lack of prison places; female entrepreneurs; Hillsborough/release of police papers; fostering & adoption; report on gang culture; family friendly government; cutting numbers of PCSOs in Westminster; Localism Bill/planning/housing; NHS hospitals; free schools; NHS; two thirds of rioters had special educational needs.

Points of Order:
Bill Esterson, Lab, Sefton Central whinged about being called ‘priggish’ in a debate in Westminster Hall.
Kevin Brennan, Lab, Cardiff West whinged about Cameron’s use of the terms “mug” and “bunch of hypocrites” during PMQs.
Greg Mulholland asked whether MPs could sign the e-petitions. Answer: ‘individual members can make their own judgement on the merits of the case – no parliamentary propriety involved.’
Julian Lewis – amendments proposed to BBBC motions (as in Monday’s referendum motion) should not be allowed.

VIDEOS TO FOLLOW
In the meantime, here’s one from November 1990:

Thatcher -v- Kinnock

Also: Fifty years of PMQs

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