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What Time Is Prime Minister'S Questions Time?

Prime Minister's Questions, often known as PMQs or Questions to the Prime Minister informally and Prime Minister's Question Time informally, is a British constitutional convention that is currently conducted in a single session every Wednesday at noon when the House of Commons is in session.

What Time Is Prime Minister'S Questions Time?

What Is Question Time In The House Of Commons?

When members of the parliament ask questions of government ministers (including the prime minister), who are then required to respond, it is known as a question time in a parliament. While it normally happens every day while the legislature is in session, in rare cases it may not.

How Often Is Question Time Uk?

Thursdays at 10:45 p.m., Question Time is a topical debate program that airs on BBC One. Later in the week, it is typically rebroadcast on BBC Two (with sign language) and BBC Parliament. If a Leaders special airs, BBC News will simultaneously air it. BBC iPlayer also offers Question Time.

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