Theresa May claimed a Jeremy Corbyn government is a bigger “threat” to the economy than Brexit as she faced demands to quit as Prime Minister.
Jeremy Corbyn triggered fury on the Tory benches as he accused them of labelling disabled people “scroungers” and creating a “hostile environment” for people on benefits.
Theresa May was accused of “misleading the House of Commons” by the SNP over the Irish backstop after the full Brexit legal advice was published.
Theresa May claimed her weekend shopping list is longer than Jeremy Corbyn’s Brexit plan, as she faced accusations that she is leading the “most shambolic Government in living memory”.
Chancellor Philip Hammond could join Prime Minister Theresa May as the “king and queen of Brexit”, Tory MP Peter Bone has told the Commons.
Jeremy Corbyn has called on the Prime Minister to apologise for breaking her “promise” on ending austerity in the Budget.
Jeremy Corbyn accused Theresa May of “not being straight with the public” over her pledge to end austerity as he demanded extra police and nurses.
Theresa May has insisted her Chequers proposals are not “dead”, as she faced accusations her Government is “too weak and too divided” to ensure there is no hard border in Northern Ireland.
Theresa May has told MPs that complaints of Islamophobia in the Conservative Party have been “investigated and appropriate action has been taken”.
Jeremy Corbyn warned Theresa May her claims of ending austerity will be a “great big Conservative con” if she fails to boost public sector spending in the Budget.