Prime Minister's Questions: 19 December Brexit explained: what happens 1 month ago   47:25

UK Parliament
The Prime Minister, Theresa May, answered questions from MPs in the House of Commons on Wednesday 19 December 2018.

Question Time in the House of Commons is an opportunity for MPs to question government ministers about matters for which they are responsible.

Prime Minister's Question Time, also referred to as PMQs, takes place every Wednesday that the House of Commons is sitting and gives MPs the chance to put questions to the Prime Minister.

In most cases, the session starts with a routine 'open question' from an MP about the Prime Minister's engagements. MPs can then ask supplementary questions on any subject, often one of current political significance.

The Leader of the Opposition, Jeremy Corbyn asks six questions and the leader of the second largest opposition party asks two.

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Comments 529 Comments

Ab Aha
Re nationalise energy and the Chancellor will have a bigger purse
Ab Aha
Theresa stay strong and don't let the back benchers bully you
Bibek Mukherjee
I slow these parliamentary sessions down to half speed so as to make every MP sound drunk. It's real fun it is. Highly recommend it.
Richard-Anthony Gilbey
Pm right pan am flight huge tradegy, as it missed glasgow. Pm has 3 big problems...1. Fat twat Boris jonson.....2...At 98 years of age prison basically care home....3. Police not in charge of anything but getting your family killed by revenge attacks....oh I forgot 4......raf so far above police rank and pays scale how can she temper the false violence of the finished prehistoric poolice farce
2gointruth With Good News of The True Gospel
How many of us have even spent only one minute, throughout all the many hours (of both day and night) over the two years of planning and tough intense negotiations; with the leading EU members, who truly show only admiration for her? It is so hard to understand why so many selfish people hate her so much! Those who do are traitors to our democracy!
May should step down. She has no credibility. No one believes what she's saying. She cannot get the votes and she knows it.
dandelion Kim
wowwww she is so great
Vincent Harris
Does this still air on CSPAN?
Tony Pugliese
I know a lot of British might find this pure rubbish, but, boy, this type of debate is so important to democracies. House members of my country barely know how to talk in a proper and orderly manner, LET ALONE debate ideas with someone else whose views are completely different.
What did he say?
- Like for stupid woman
- Comment for stupid person
Corbyn shouldnt talk, he hasn't put together any Brexit plan. The Theresa May deal is the ONLY DEAL.
Higor Ribeiro
I believe May will solve all brexit problems as well as Emannuel Macron will regain the trust of his people.
I must say, for 62 years, Theresa May is quite beautiful; she also has class, without the pretentiousness. Jeremy Corbyn is an angry disgrace.
Joy Smith
Labour leader MR Crosby is a stupid man he should kept his mouth shut cause he is not a man that say a stupid word for a woman like PM he is out of Respect a public
Asmare Desta
Where i am from, if you disagree with the prime minister u will not exist the next day sadly.
Video Market HD
in 2019 I wish PMQ had in Cambodia
Video Market HD
I'm from Cambodia i like Democracy.I really want my Prime Minister do like this
yes I watch PMQ every week
Rodolfo Licks
Here in Brasil we have not one, but two tv channels that broadcast day in and day out literally ALL sessions from both houses (here we have lower and higher separated into congress and senate), but yet I find time and time again people from my country complaining about the lack of coverage about politicians in session. They certainly do not pay any attention at all to their own backyard.
Merry Christmas
Sounds like a sheep field. Hi I'm Theresa may, ba🐏 ba ba ba🐑 ba, I use jif cleaner, ba ba ba, I had the mince pies, 🐏🐑🐏, the man with the hammer is from flog it, ba ba🐏🐑, my Brexit deal is like Uranus, ba ba ba🐏🐑🐏🐑 this is not my BT phone I'm using, 🐑🐏🐑🐏🐑🐏🐑🐽🐑
Lecx Xcel
I'm not watching this vid as politricks is politricks everywhere in the world just clicked on it to leave a thought or more of a realisation I had being that when I was growing up I would see many homeless in my area, in my late teens 20s and early 30s I saw less and less until I saw none but in the past years they are back in numbers. My childhood was under Conservative governments while my late teens and 20s and early 30s were under Labour governments and the last years have been Conservative. Just coincidence? Guess it doesn't matter coz according to the agenda all that matters in the last couple of years is brexit.
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