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Prime Minister's Questions

Wednesday 16 March 2011

NHS reform, Bahrain and Libya were on the agenda at today’s Prime Minister’s Questions.

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NHS reform, Bahrain and Libya were on the agenda at today’s Prime Minister’s Questions.

The Prime Minister also took questions on unemployment, child poverty and the Olympics.

Follow the links below to read the PMQs transcript or to watch the broadcast again.

Question-by-question guide

The Prime Minister answered questions on:

  • Overseas victims terrorism compensation scheme
  • Libya
  • Bahrain
  • Wootton Bassett
  • NHS reforms
  • Unemployment
  • DLA mobility
  • Residential care
  • Police officers
  • Olympic tickets
  • Japan
  • Royal British legion
  • Fuel duty
  • Northern Rock
  • Wales
  • Child poverty
  • Nuclear power

Extra information

Prime Minister’s Questions is an opportunity for MPs from all parties to question the Prime Minister on any subject, although they usually focus on the key issues of the day.

The half-hour session, which takes place on Wednesdays while Parliament is in session, starts with a routine question from an MP about the Prime Minister’s engagements.