PMQs today: When is PMQs? How to watch Prime Minister’s Questions today

Rishi Sunak will face Sir Keir Starmer in Prime Minister’s Questions today in the House of Commons.

The Prime Minister will face off against MPs in the Commons and the Labour leader in PMQs today with the economic uncertainty, strike action across public services and the Supreme Court ruling in Scotland all likely to be on the agenda.

Judges at the UK Supreme Court are set to hand down their judgement on whether the Scottish Parliament can legislate for a second referendum on independence, and it is likely Ian Blackford will raise the judgement at PMQs.

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What can we expect from PMQs?

PMQs today: Rishi Sunak and Sir Keir Starmer will face off
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PMQs will be another test of how unified the party is behind its new leader – with the party still suffering from a number of political headaches amid economuc fallout and the rising cost of living.

SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford has been granted an urgent question in the Commons on the Supreme Court ruling.

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It will take place following Prime Minsiter’s Questions at about 12.30pm.

Cost-of-living payments worth hundreds of pounds will arrive in millions of people's accounts from Wednesday – but it is likely that the PM will be quizzed on what other steps are being taken following the Budget last week.

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Sir Keir Starmer and other members of the opposition, including SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford will quiz the PM on the latest economic fallout and issues.

When is PMQs and how can I watch?

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Prime Minister's Questions (PMQs) will take place in the Commons Chamber on Wednesday November 23 at 12 noon.

PMQs will be available on our livestreamand on our article above – and you can also watch via parliament.tv.

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You can also follow PMQs on BBC News and Sky News.