PMQs today: What time is PMQs today? How to watch PMQs live

Prime Minister Questions will take place using a new “hybrid” format today after politicians passed a landmark bill to create a virtual Parliament amid the coronavirus pandemic. Politicians will use Zoom for the first time ever today to beam into proceedings from their homes. So what time is PMQs today and how can you watch? A motion was passed on […]

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Nicola Sturgeon brutally grilled over coronavirus fund allocation ‘How is it being used?!’

Scottish Conservative leader Jackson Carlaw took aim at Nicola Sturgeon on Tuesday over allocation of new coronavirus funds. Mr Carlaw demanded the First Minister explain how the funds would be divided up into the Scottish local authorities. He also insisted her Government publish how much each local authority would receive. LET’S GET CAPTAIN TOM MOORE A KNIGHTHOOD – SIGN THE […]

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U.S. senators propose $500 billion rescue for state, local governments

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A U.S. Senate Republican and a Democrat proposed a $500 billion rescue package for state and municipal governments on Monday, as it became increasingly clear that the next coronavirus relief bill will not include money for reeling local authorities. “The current bill coming out will not have this aid, or any aid, for states and municipalities. It […]

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Congress feuds as deal still elusive on small business coronavirus aid

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. Democrats and Republicans feuded on Monday over who was responsible for delay even as they worked on details of a possible $450 billion-plus deal to provide more aid to small businesses and hospitals hurt by the coronavirus pandemic. “We could have been done yesterday, but the Democrats continue to hold up, even though we had agreed […]

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