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Jeremy Corbyn came to Prime Minister’s Questions hot off the train from addressing the TUC conference.
But the public sector pay rise did not appear to be on his agenda immediately as his six questions focused more broadly on the cost of living, asking questions ranging from benefits for disabled people and in work poverty to student fees.
Theresa May addressed MPs in the last PMQs before a three week break for party conference season.ParliamentLive.TV
The weekly sparring event is the last before the Commons breaks for three weeks of party conferences, starting with the Liberal Democrats’ on Saturday.
One Conservative MP remarked to David Cameron last week about the lack of humour and passion at PMQs since his departure.
‘It’s all too serious, where is the fun?’ he said according to the Times’ Red Box.
But one rare moment of passion came when Theresa May spoke of female genitalpost was originally published on this site