James Forsyth James Forsyth

PMQs: Angus Robertson has become the Prime Minister’s stress ball

Jeremy Corbyn’s second outing at PMQs was better than his first. Rather than having all six questions determined by the email-writing public, he now uses a question from a member of the public to introduce a topic and then asks his own follow ups. Corbyn combined this with a few old-style put downs—mockingly declaring that ‘The Prime Minister is doing his best, and I admire that’ and saying, ‘could I bring the Prime Minister back to reality’— to turn in a more effective performance.

But Corbyn still isn’t using PMQs, his...

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