Corbyn says PM slipping universal credit cuts in through backdoor. PM says govt wants fair system for those who use & pay for system. #PMQs— Newington (@NewingtonComms) November 2, 2016
May says "We want a system that is fair to those who need benefits and to those who pay for benefits through taxes" #PMQs— BM Public Affairs (@BMPubAffairs) November 2, 2016
Corbyn asks PM to see 'I, Daniel Blake' with Damian Green. May says Labour want unlimited welfare and moving away from voters. #PMQs— Newington (@NewingtonComms) November 2, 2016
Angus Robertson asks the PM to meet with him to discuss a way of tackling the use of UK companies and laws to commit tax avoidance.— Portcullis (@Portcullis_says) November 2, 2016
Stephen McCabe asks about Fifa poppy ban. PM says Fifa should 'sort their own house out' before telling us what to do. #PMQs— Newington (@NewingtonComms) November 2, 2016
According to Brandwatch, there were 5,700 tweets during this week's PMQs, with May enjoying a 62 per cent positive sentiment rating, which did not beat Robertson on 87 per cent. Corbyn trailed on a 30 per cent positive rating.
What's clear from this week's #PMQs is that neither Corbyn nor May have mastered the forum— Pagefield (@PagefieldLondon) November 2, 2016