First #PMQs of the new season! Back to school— BM Public Affairs (@BMPubAffairs) September 7, 2016
Questions about the implications of Brexit from backbenchers on both sides of the house preceded Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour leader, starting his six questions by asking about house prices and home ownership.
May causes laughter pointing to a tweet to Corbyn of a poll showing 'Don't know' scored higher than him on who would be the better PM #PMQs— Westminster Advisers (@WA_Comms) September 7, 2016
PM says there's contrast between Govt working 'tirelessly' over summer, while Labour bickers. Hard for Labour to come back... #PMQs— BM Public Affairs (@BMPubAffairs) September 7, 2016
May says it would not be right for her and Govt to give a 'running commentary' on Brexit negotiations & we should not pre-judge them #PMQs— Westminster Advisers (@WA_Comms) September 7, 2016
BREAKING Angus Robertson has an 'in or out' hand gesture. #PMQs— James Millar (@PoliticalYeti) September 7, 2016
Later in the session, Caroline Lucas, the Green Party’s sole Westminster MP, called on May’s Government to ratify the Paris Climate Change deal, agreed last autumn.
The PM responds the UK will be ratifying the Paris Agreement. #PMQs— Portcullis (@Portcullis_says) September 7, 2016